Quote: Originally Posted by stevebirks
I just went for it (as I had a system image) and all worked out OK. It was just a case of dragging the right hand edge of C to the left and then dragging the Left hand edge of D to the left. Partition Wizard took care of the rest and I rebooted succesfully after about 15 minutes.
Good job Steve.
Just some additional info: in case your boot partition was to the right, you would probably have problems booting (windows don't like when it "moves"). In that case, you have to run a repair install 3 times and it should fix it.
This is just in case you need to make more changes, otherwise you are good to go the way it is