TeraByte Support(PP) wrote:
> The F: partition is the booting partition for Windows 7. To merge it back
> into the Windows partition you would need to move the booting files to C:
> and update the BCD file. Then update the BIBM boot item for Windows 7. The
> steps involved are basically the same as when removing the System Reserved
> partition (http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/kb/article.php?id=409
> would mainly just need Part 1, steps 6-12, though reading through the
> entire procedure is recommended.
I have read the entire procedure as you recommended and have the following points I would like to clarify before I take the actions recommended.
1.In the example given in Part 1 of " Copy Booting Files and Configure Win 7 Partition for Booting" you call C: as the Windows Partition and E is the System Reserved(booting) Partition.
2.In my Attached Disk Management Snip could you confirm please that , in my case , The equivalent of your example System Reserved ( booting ) Partition is Partition F and C: is the Win 7 Partition ?
3. I note also that , in my case , both the F Partition and the C Partition contain the "boot" Folder and the "bootmgr" file !
Does this make any difference to the steps you recommend in the Part 1, steps 6-12 ?
If I understanf these instructions correctly , it would seem to me to be an attempt to ensure the two items are situated in the correct Partitions which already seems to be the case in my example.
Am I misunderstanding something here ?