Vista boot files on different drive to OS

  spras 15:26 07 Sep 2009
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It looks like my Vista boot files have gone on to my D; partition (which I want to delete) with the rest of my OS on the C: partition. How do I move them to the C: drive without crippling my install?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 15:54 07 Sep 2009

Which is the active partition?

  spras 16:51 07 Sep 2009

What is the active partition? Both C: and D: are configured are Primary partitions. Most of Vista is on C:, as it should be, and the bootmgr and other boot files are on D:

  spras 17:20 07 Sep 2009

Ok, done it; thanks. Looked in Disk Management and switched the active partition to C: then did a startup repair

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