Can't seem to find a reliable solution that fits.
I have 2 physical hard drives, each is partitioned into 3 logical drives. They both have the same layout: small system reserved space for bootup and recovery; medium space for Windows 7 OS; and large area for all personal files.
I'm upgrading to a larger drive. I used a cloning/backup software to replicate all files from the smaller drive to the larger one. The new OS drive (C drive) is listed as the "F" drive rather than C (which is still in use by the old install of the OS)
I'm looking for the best way to mark the new OS partition as 'C' and have the computer boot to it. I've successfully moved my personal files and references. I've successfully moved the system reserved section and rebuilt it. But each time I try to run from the new OS install my system continously reboots itself and if it does get to a blue windows screen it says that it is not a genuine copy of Windows and freezes.