Quote: Originally Posted by seavixen32
You're very welcome, Paul.
Please post back if you run into problems and you're sure to get a reply.
Our members live in different parts of the world, so with the difference in time zones it's very rare for there to be no-one about.
Thank you very much for your offer.
I'm going to go the easier route and purchase that suggested program to make my life easier.
I'm in the process of "wiping" the SSD drive.
I booted from the "Gateway" drive which is C:
The SSD is F.
What I want to end up with is the SSD (which is currently F): being the C: drive and the current C: Gateway drive (with Windows 7 on it) being perhaps D: I thought I had achieved this using EaseUS but, apparently not.
The reason being is I spoke with Adobe about not being able to install Photoshop CS5 on the SSD drive, which is now F. They told me that Photoshop likes being on the C: drive. Seems odd, but that's what they told me.
Wellington, ON Canada