I need to move the sata connection for my drive "D" on the motherboard, however after moving it Windows 7 won't boot. Hi, I am looking for some assistance in resolving this issue, thanks for any help in advance. Gateway LX6820, 8GB Ram Windows 7 HOMEPREMIUM 64 bit Drive "C"- Intel X25V SATA SSD 40GB, has 200MB System Partiton for MBR and the rest is for the OS Drive "D"- WD Raptor SATA 150GB, has User folders, Program Data, and Programs installed I have a fresh install of Windows 7 HOMEPREMIUM 64 bit that was done with drive "D" in one of the hotswap bays. All my tweaks, and settings changes are done and Windows operates with no problems. Now I wan't to move the drive to an internal bay. The set up and install was done using sata 4 on the motherboard but due to cable routing I need to use sata 2 for the move. After the physical move and cable change Windows sees the Raptor as drive "E" not "D", it can't access the user profile and loads a default profile instead. This default profile won't allow access to disk management so I can change the drive letter. I have tried using Diskpart to reassign the drive letters but when I boot into Windows it changes it back to "E" again (must be due to the sata port 2 being assign "E" in an earlier configuration?). I tried using Windows repair but it changes the boot sector to"C", the "C" drive to "D" and the Raptor to "E", had to change the cables to the original locations and do a system restore to fix that one. Does anyone have any ideas on how to accomplish this?