|following on from one of my previous posts about repairing bad sectors in my hard drives, i came to the following.|
i have 3 drives, but only 2 are active, and both are partioned so i have c:, d:, e: & f: one drive contains win7, the other vista.
the drive that isnt active is the one giving me all my bsod errors, so i unplugged it, but now it doesnt boot into my win7 os, and will only boot vista.
it looks like the mbr for my win7 installation is somehow on the drive that isnt being used. how do i find this out, and how can i copy the boot record from my failing drive to the one with my os on it?
Windows 7 x64
Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU E8500 @ 4.1GHz
ATI Radeon HD4870
8GB OCZ Platinum 1066
2x Samsung 1TB Spinpoint F1