Yes but the the active boot partition and Windows are on the SATA drive next to each other.
I don't want to change drive letters I want to make the Windows partition the active boot partition, rather than the neighbouring data partition.
I think it is probably because Windows Setup created wthe Windows partition in an extended partition rather than in a primary partition - it made the pre-existing primary partition active instead and consequently installed the NTDETECT, NTLDR and BOOT.INI on the active partition rather than on the Windows logical partition.
Presumably I can convert C: to an Active Primary partition and then simply copy NTDETECT, NTLDR and BOOT.INI to C:\ and use the repair console to run FIXMBR ???
Anyone know if this is the case or will I totally screw my system?