Unfortunately going through a CUSTOM and ADVANCED install doesn't give an option to remove the D: drive partition such that I end up with 1 large c: drive.
I tried the (free) partition wizzard . . looks a nice app, but froze, so a hard re-boot :-( So it then needed booting from the Windows 7 (upgrade) disk . . . which on re-installing Windows 7 again, then said the key was invalid. But I've sorted that now.
[btw, the need to remove the D: partition only came about because EasyTransfer got to disk 3 of 3 before telling me there wasn't sufficient disk space. And I only used DVD's because Windows 7 said it wouldn't recognise an NTFS external disk]
So I now have Windows 7 working :-) and EasyTransfer, despite not having a copy option from DVD's, did load up.
I've now tried downloading MS Office Small Business 2007 (I had a media-less key) and although it worked the first time I installed Windows 7, on the re-install it now says the key is invalid. It is a legitimate key bought from a legitimate source.
I don't have a disk because I'd assumed I could download the software any time.
Anyone any thoughts why the MS SmallBusiness 2007 download might be not recognising a legitimate key would be very much appreciated ?