OK, I am sure this is not difficult, but I am confused. My C: drive experienced a catastrophic failure. I purchased a new one, and installed it to the machine I had the c:\ drive backed up via a cyclic backup on my other hard drive. I booted into the Paragon recovery CD and sucesssfully restored C: (to the new drive, drive 0) from the backup on F: That all went well. Upon rebotting the machine, I get the ntldr is missing message. Now, I can get into the OS (Win 7 Pro) via the recovery CD and having it scan to find the OS and then booting to it. So, it seems that my boot record is hosed. I am not terribly experienced with these things, so, what do I do. I tried the "repair" stuff on the recovery CD, all to no avail. The drive containing the OS is HD 0 in the BIOS. It seems to me that the machine, none-the-less, is trying to boot from the second hard drive (drive 1). I'm lost. The GOOD news: I know I have all of my stuff, just gotta get past this. What do I do to get past this?