I installed windows 7 on a temporary drive (20gb) wich in the bios is primary drive. I then booted from that and installed windows 7 again on the slave drive (120gb). I did this because the the 120 gb was un available at the time and i wanted to see if the disk worked before wiping my 120 gb hard drive. so i have two drives in my computer and in windows the master drive is labeled "Z:" and the slave is "C:". the problem i am having is when i remove the "Z:" drive, aka master, windows 7 cannot boot because the boot files are located on the "Z:" drive. i want to take the 20 gb drive out. is there any way i can do this without having to reinstall windows 7 and all my software. PS. my computer will not boot from the windows 7 cd.