Quote: Originally Posted by Bare Foot Kid
I thought you wanted to remove one of them completely?
GASP! LOL - no.....
I just want the computer to boot from drive J.
When I reboot my computer it loads a dual boot menu.
It asks me which OS I want to boot
As I mentioned in the initial post I do not believe this is harmful. I simply select windows 7. I have the same OS on both hard drives. However, the dual boot screen is just an annoying screen. My computer is a little confused and thinks it has 2 OS's, well it does. But most people only dual boot when they have unique OSs.
So, for me there is no reason to dual boot. I want my computer to only boot from drive J: and no longer present me with a dual boot option. In no way do I desire to remove or delete any information on drive C:.
Well, eventually I want to copy about 300 gig from drive C: to drive J ( Drive J is the new drive) and reformat drive C:. Drive C has been acting funky. If formatting does not fix it I am just going to throw it in the trash. Or perhaps I will format it and mail it to you for helping me