I originally had Windows 7 installed on a dynamic disk (HDD partitioned as C: and D: ). I then installed Windows 8 on a SATA drive (drive F: ) and have been dual booting. Now I no longer need Windows 7, is it possible to move the boot manager from the C: partition on the dynamic disk to the SATA drive, thus allowing me to remove the Windows 7 drive altogether? I have installed EasyBCD but I read somewhere that it does not support dynamic disks. But I am hoping it can support moving the boot manager to a basic disk. I appreciate any advice on this, thank you.