TeraByte Support(PP) wrote:
> #1 - Yes, that's correct.
> #2 - Make sure the "HD" item is set to the correct drive. In this
> case, it should be set to the drive with the Windows 7 partition on it
> (probably 1 on your system). The partitions loaded for each drive are
> displayed on the right side in MBR Details. In your screenshot (post #1) it
> doesn't show any labels for either C: or F:. If you label them it's easier
> to tell which is which.
> Then use the "Boot" drop-down and select the Windows 7 partition
> as the booting partition. Then click OK to save the changes. An example is
> shown in the screenshot below (it has the Windows 7 partition selected for
> HD 0).
It looks like I've changed the C:Partition (Disk1) to be "Boot,Active" as oposed to the F:Partition (Disk0)
See attached Disk Management picture
> #4 - On a physical machine, it's usually easiest to just take a picture of
> the screen (digital camera, phone, etc.).
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