TeraByte Support(PP) wrote:
> Is Disk #2 (in screenshot) the old Windows boot drive? If so, it's using
> the System Reserved Partition (its booting partition) -- this would be the
> booting partition to select in the "Boot" drop-down for the menu
> item and the Disk # would be whatever BIBM shows that drive's number is.
> You said that your old Windows drive was 1TB. Disk 2 is much smaller.
Yeah to be honest I dont know what day it is now (so confused)
let alone which drive its on lol. I thought it was on one of the 1TB drives. (There is one old windos on the large Hitachi) but the other TB drive is split into 3 partitions by the looks of it all. SO it seems like the last windows install I was using is on disk HD2 . THe one on HD0 is likely to be a mirror of the clean windows install I did some months ago...lol
This might be why I am so confused. It seems I have two 200gig drives (showing at 186) both with a windows install ..
> Perhaps the booting partition isn't on your 1TB drive -- instead it's on
> the smaller drive (Disk 2) with just the Windows partition on the 1TB drive
> (Disk 3 or 4) -- your partition labels don't make it clear what's what.
Yes I think you may well be spot on there! (and yes they are not clear...I need to remedy that after I get it all sorted.
> Posting the information requested by Brian K would help so we could see
> what BIBM sees on your system.