My computer has three physical hard drives. Two of which are running windows 7 and one drive was cloned off the other. Therefore both have Easybcd running on them. However, when I installed the program, before I cloned the new drive, I installed it onto my third drive which is drive D where I install most of my software. Thus, both the other hard drives running windows 7 and easybcd share the D drive. A week ago, Microsoft tech support was working on my one drive on another problem and managed to mess it up so it would no longer start up normally without going to the blue screen of death. When they were done for the day they left it that way but then I was no longer able to boot up on the other drive either. My question is, would Easybcd sharing the D drive with two different boot drives leave them both corrupted? I'm still battling with MS trying to get them to fix just one of the drives so it will boot up normally and not just in safe mode.