I wanted to remove the memory stick before doing the installation. I (unfortunately) removed and re-created the C: drive before removing the stick and rebooting. After reboot I have:
D: - Empty, to be Windows disk
C: - Backup partition
This remains like this if I install Windows on D: drive. Things probably work fine, but I would prefer C: drive as OS drive.
The question: How on earth I can make the OS drive to be C: drive again? I have some other hard disks, to which I could basically move the backups and delete also the backup partition. I would like to avoid this, requires some extra hassle. I tried to map the drives with partition magic, no help. I guess this may have something to do with the contents of the backup partition, maybe it contains something that makes the installation to decide it should be C: drive.
I'm really curious to know if the installation is really this stupid, or is it just me?... 8)