|08 Jun 2010||#21|
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You can do it, the repair has to be done at least 3 times to completely move the boot files to the new partition and you have to re-start the PC between each of the repairs to complete the process.
This is the correct way to do it any way.
After you have the PC booting from J: you will have to do this below to remove the boot entry for C: and have only a single OS booting.
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