Thanks for the quick response Pauly. As I look at Disk Management it shows me "boot" only on the new, large HDD. I have deleted as much as I could trying to get my Windows 7 disk to see a problem on the old drive, but it hasn't helped. I actually did disconnect the old drive to set up the new one, it was the only way I could get to the CD screen to let me set up the partition. This morning the old drive was marked as active but the new one was not, however the only options Disk Management is giving me where partitions are concerned is to mark the new, large HDD as active, which I have done hoping it would change something. It did not. Am I missing something on Disk Management?
At any rate, I have attached a snip of Disk Management screen.
One other thing, at startup I am asked to select which Windows 7 I want to boot, but when I pick the old one it no longer boots up. If I disconnect the new large drive and then boot from CD should it now take me to the partition prompt screen (for lack of better term) since the boot is no longer listed on the old drive? If I can get to that screen I can do what I want to do. I am tempted to try it now but have to get ready for work at the moment.