|26 Sep 2011||#1|
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Partition is "Active" and "System" though it shouldn't be
Hello everybody. Here's my story. I have 2 HDDs:
1) 1TB with 2 partitions: System (where Windows 7 is installed) and Hard Disk (with programs)
2) 500GB with 1 partition: Storage (with all the unnecessary files I don't want to delete)
My problem is that the last partition became Active and System. It happened like that. I had some troubles with SATA cable so I had to disconnect my main HDD and connect DVD-Drive with that same cable and my main HDD with the one I used for DVD-Drive. What I didn't notive at first was that the 500GB hard disk became the first one in the boot row. After some time I noticed that Storage became my Active and System partition. I tried making the partition with Windows Active and making that one Inactive but I couldn't load the system after that, I had BOOTMGR is missing error, so I had to swich back with Paragon software. Any ideas how can I make my original System partition to be active and system and that useless partition to become simple data storage once again?
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|26 Sep 2011||#2|
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Plug 1tb into first SATA port, mark it Active using Diskpart from Windows 7 DVD Repair Conosle or Repair CD, or use free Partition Wizard bootable CD. Then mark Inactive 500gb plugged into Disk1.
DISKPART At PC Startup
Partition - Mark as Active (Method Two)
Set 1tb on DISK0 as first HD to boot in BIOS setup, after DVD/CD drive.
Boot the Windows 7 DVD Repair console or Repair CD to Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times until Windows 7 starts on its own and is correctly marked System Active. You may have to unplug the 500mb HD if it interferes.
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