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Windows 7: 2 Drives 2 Problems, i need help


10 Aug 2010   #1

win 7 32bit
 
 
2 Drives 2 Problems, i need help

Okay this is the situation. I was running 2 OS on 2 different drives and no problem, then i decided 2 use 1 drive and everything was okay. I formatted the one drive 2 use as a storage drive but i forgot 2 set it as a slave drive and when i put new OS on the other drive apparently system files went 2 the storage drive and now i see ( SATA system drive) and (IDE boot drive). My SATA is supposed 2 be my storage drive. When i disconnect the SATA drive i can't boot any OS from CD 2 Install a fresh OS. It says that "Boot Image is missing or Corrupt or Inf file is missing etc". I cleared the CMOS and still can't get a Install CD 2 work with just the one drive connected. And the SATA drive Has the letter (C) and the boot drive has the letter (D). I can run windows as long as the SATA drive is connected and Install an OS. But i don't want my system on one drive and my boot on another drive. How can i fix this problem?
And these are the Partitions: 1st IDE ( D / H / I ) and 2nd SATA ( C / E /F ) I have 3 Partitions on each Drive. My SATA is a 500 GB's and IDE is 320 GB's, i was using the SATA for back up Programs and Files. I went 2 Tools and enabled the showing of Hidden files and system files, and when i look in SATA drive there are System files in there.

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 2 Drives 2 Problems, i need help




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