I put win 7 on a second drive with XP on the first drive. I am trying to remove xp and make the D drive that has win7 on it bootable.
I used easyBDC backup/repair and changed the boot drive from C to D.
When I try to boot from the D drive I get "NTLDR Missing".
I found my error. I had easyBDC installed on the XP drive C. When I tried to use the backup/repair from XP it said that it couldn't do it so I installed easyBCD in Win 7 on the D drive and used it there. Looking at the settings in XP on C it didn't make any changes. I have uninstalled easyBDC from Win 7.
What I need is a howto to be able to make D drive bootable so that I can remove the C drive.
I asked in my first post whether W7 was logical or primary. You didn't reply either way, so I asked for a screenshot so I could see for myself. You haven't provided one.
The point being that a logical drive cannot be made bootable.
MS boot files have to reside in a primary partition.