Copying system files problems
I'm having problems with windows, it's been bugging me alot, my 700MB drive is the favored dumping grounds for temporary files for any of my programs that use such a feature (even if I tell them to put the temp stuff somewhere else). Tha'ts one reason for switching, anyother is that it's a slow drive. Eitherway, I've used the DOS sys command (sys C:\ D:) when both drives were in, and I've hard-copied the C: drive onto the D: drive, but when D: becomes master I get a non-bootable disk error.
Recap in english: Small drive contents put into big drive, big-drive has everything it should need to be a boot disk, but still doesn't act like a boot disk.