I hope that someone will help me with this problem. I am using Paragon HDM 2010. See attached setup. When I upgraded to Windows 7; 1. Cloned partition SYSVista (D) from Disk 1 to external Disk 2 2. Installed Windows 7 on new SSD (Disk 0) 3. Really missed up something. 4. Wound up with 3 boot systems (asked on start up) Windows 7 (Disk 0) Vista (Disk 1) Vista Home Premium (Recovered) (Disk 2) 5. Cannot change BIOS to boot up from Disk 0 Get "NTLDR Missing" message 6. The boot partition is SYSVista (D) on Disk 1 because it is the only primary partition on the 3 drives that cannot be changed to logical. I would like use HDM 2010 to make SYS (C) on disk 0 the boot partition so that I can now delete the other two Vista partitions. I am afraid to do anything because I fear that I will wind up with a computer that will not boot.