|04 Sep 2009||#5|
That may be the C: partition - not necessarily.
When it comes to computers you can make any partition anything you want. Dell and a few others have taken the first partition which is called the C: partition (for all practical purpose) and put in some of their predatory crap. However if you are one who builds your own computer and I have build over a thousand for work the bootmgr will always go on the C partition and that will be in the root directory which was your original question. You can also call your first partition anything you want such as WXY or Z but the Active partition will have your bootmgr which again will be on the root directory.
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