At the moment, I'm running Windows 8 on it's own hard drive (5400 RPM - OLD) which was replaced with the standard Superdrive (DVD-drive) a while back. The problems first occoured when I realized that my MacBook Pro 2010 edition didn't support booting via USB, meaning that:
I couldn't install Windows 8 on my "new" (old) hard drive because I replaced the Superdrive with it (the hard drive), and the Mac didn't support USB booting, so I ended up following this tutorial: http://huguesval.com/blog/2012/02/installing-windows-7-on-a-mac-without-superdrive-with-virtualbox/
OK - now to the actual question. Since I have two hard drives in my MacBook;
1x 128GB SSD - running OS X
1X 500GB 5400RPM HDD - running Windows 8
I would like to remove OS X from the SSD, transfer my current Windows 8 (as an image?) installation from the 500GB HDD over to the (then) formatted and clean SSD, install Windows 8 on it, and remove Windows 8 from the (then) redundant 500GB HDD, and use that as a storage drive instead.
Now, that's a huge task! So my actual question here would be, I guess, how on Earth should this be done? Any ideas at all?