Change startup disk Windows XP?


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Hi all.

A couple of years ago as a result of the mess with the hard drives I put the system on drive D:\\. Details I don't remember exactly, it happened. The loader naturally fit on the C:\\, resulting in none of the disc cannot be disabled.

I want to know is there a way to presunuti boot disk with the system without reinstalling, because I don't want to put all anew. Google search anything intelligible did not give, so I am writing here.
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I had the same problem, solved with the help Windows Recovery Disk.
In the menu select restore MBR.
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I would do this:
1) copy from the root of C: ntldr and boot.ini in the root of D:.
2) boot into Recovery Console to run fixboot d:, which will write the correct butsektora.
3) reboot back.
4) In diskmgmt.msc (via start Run) to mark the partition D: as active.
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Probably easier:
1. LiveCD Acronis — TrueImage-it make an image of partition C:/ with the first disc (we are primarily interested in the MBR, though it is possible to recover easier), save to D:/*.tib
2. To turn off the first disc!!!, start with the LiveCD DiskDirector, to reduce the size of the partition D:/ to the beginning of the disc it was possible to create one partition. (It is desirable to backup important files from D:/, on the 1st disk).
3. To restore TrueImage-em image (created at the beginning of the 2nd disk partition) and the MBR on the 2nd disk.
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There is such a thing tqcrunas that allows them to run anything with a pre-scored credentials. The startup script is an encrypted file. Quite convenient.
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Thank you
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