I have recently installed a new hard drive into my PC on which I installed Windows. I transferred all my stuff over to it, all goodies.
Now, I would like to format the "old" drive (C) and use drive D and E (E being a partition especially for Windows). The old hard drive (C) is IDE-1 and the new one is IDE-0.
I tried to set IDE-0 as the first boot device but when I do that, nothing happens, I just get the black screen and a tiny little line flashing in the upper left corner. I then have to restart and restore IDE-1 as the first boot device.
I was thinking of formatting C but if it won't start up after I've gotten rid of it, I can't really do it.
I think it's something to do with having E (Part of D) as a partition with Windows on it. I don't think it knows that it should look at E and not at D (Storage).
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Any advice would be greatly appreciated,