Hi everyone, I have created a problem and wanted to see what you guys think I can do to fix it. First off, here is the stats on the computer, which happens to be my father-in-laws: Dell Dimension 8200 (Ugh) Pentium 4 1.86 256 mb Ram Windows XP SP 2 This computer I was working on has two partitions on its HDD, the C: Drive and the E: Drive. The C: Drive is 8 gigs large, where as the E: Drive is 120 gigs. I switched the active drive to the E: Drive in Windows. Later, I turned the computer off to re-arrange the desk area the computer is at. When I try to turn the computer back on, it won't boot now. I can get into BIOS and what not, but after that, nothing. I realize that the operating system is on Drive C, so my question is how do I boot from that partition instead of the active one, which is the E Drive. Also, how would I make it to where anything that is saved to the computer is saved automatically to the E: Drive. Thanks in advance to any replys.