I'm trying to make a system image and configure backups but I'm unable to select the internal drive that has the space I need.
I have a 1Tb drive partioned into C:\ [Windows 7] and D:\ [Data]
and a 750Gb drive [H:\] that used to have XP on it that I want to put my backups on.
I used to dual boot XP and Windows 7.
Computer Managment > Disk Management shows
C: Healthy (Boot, Page File, Active, Crash Dumo, Primary Partition)
D: Healthy (Primary Partition)
H: Healthy (System, Active, Primary Partition)
System Imaging/Backup help says you can't backup to the system (startup) drive (not sure why?)
Is there any way to change which drive is designated as the system drive?
I've removed the dual boot and used bcdedit on C: to only reference itself
What's else do I need to do to make C: the system drive?