I have a brand new hard disk on which I would like to install Windows 7 (Enterprise Edition). Unlike many whose posts I've read I actually want to install the OS to a drive other than C, let's say drive L, and I need some help in order to accomplish this. Up through Windows XP the following method worked: In the setup, I would partition the drive and make logical drives of the minimum size from C to K, with a final one, L, big enough for the OS and everything else. I could tell the install program to install Windows in L. A few system files would be in C, all the rest in L. Then after I deleted partitions D-K and fixed a line in C:\boot.ini to compensate for that, everything was fine. In my brief experience trying to install Windows 7 on my new drive, this technique does not work. There is no easy way to create logical drives during the install from DVD/ISO procedure and even when I tried creating three small partitions ahead of a large partition as the target partition, Windows still installed itself in drive C. I know it is possible for Windows 7 to install itself to other drives (I've read other posts where people have complained about this), I just don't know how to force Windows to install itself on a drive with a specific alternate letter. Anyone on this forum know how to do this? Something in the setup procedure? A hack to one of the ISO files on the installation DVD? Thanks, jjo PS. My humblest apologies if this question has already been addressed on this forum. I looked but didn't find anything.