nrms Posted January 12, 2007 Share Posted January 12, 2007 I had a dualboot scenario on my laptop: WinXP on C; User data on D; and Vista installed on E. Because I installed Vista fom within WinXP, I got the Boot Manager deposited on the C Drive. Now I have deleted WinXP and reorganised so that Vista has the entire drive to itself. I had to boot from the Vista DVD to do a "Start-up Repair" but it worked OK, and I now have the laptop booting OK straight into Vista. The partition uses the whole drive (55MB). However, after booting the system drive is STILL labelled E: (I expected it would have shifted it down to C: which is what I want). I have tried everything I can thing of but nothing works. How to I force the partiton to become C: again?? Thanks Nigel Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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