Well,first of all I d like to congratulate the people who startd this forum. It trully is a wealthy source of information on many many subjects! My situation is as follows. Windows 7 Ultimate x64 installed on a new drive I bought recently.Run setup from scratch.Re installed OS ( C: ). Everything working ok till I noticed that I cannot format the partition that Windows 7 were originally installed ( W: ). In Disk Management to my surprise I found out that W: is assigned as Boot and C: is System,both Active partitions. Upon further investigation I followed this guide and when using the bcdedit /enum all /v command I get this: I tried moving things to my C: drive succesfully,also run this command Windows7DVD:\BOOT\BOOTSECT /NT60 C: /FORCE and made sure the C: partition was active before rebooting. I did reboot using the C: drive as boot drive in the BIOS menu but got an error message. Ok,I changed back to the initial settings and the PC loaded Windows normally. After trying to use Neosmart's EasyBCD to "Change boot drive" and rebooted, the same happened again. So,my question is: What do I do to end this mess?!? Can you help me please? I d like to format the W: drive and use the drive space for something else. Thank you in advance. N. PS.I m running PRimo RAMDISK software but I dont think this has anything to do with the problem.I m just mentioning since I see a lot of ramdisks identifiers.