|01 Nov 2009||#2|
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The windows 7 Boot files are by default located on the active partition on the system.
It is possible to use a 3rd part partitioner to create an active boot partition on the front of the drive and then use BCDEdit to relocate the files there.
Windows 7 actually does this by default if you install from DVD onto a totally unpartitioned system, (the (in)famous 100 MB partition).
Full instructions for the use of BCDEdit is available by searching the forums
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