How to make new Sata drive bootable Tags: Hard Drives SATA Storage Last response: January 21, 2012 11:23 PM in Storage Share h_crim January 21, 2012 11:08:46 PM I have two SATA drives, the primary drive is a 150 GB, the slave drive is 500GB. How do I make the slave the primary drive, and the primary the slave? Note: I went into the BIOS to change the order of the drives, however, when I did that, the computer would not boot up. Thus in order to use the computer I was force to switch it back. Thanks Again More about : make sata drive bootable leenoshiro January 21, 2012 11:23:33 PM you would have to install your OS onto your 500gb hard drive. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How to make new Sata drive bootable Forum SolvedHow to make drive which doesn't have the MBR bootable? Forum how do i make dvd drive the 1st bootable drive Forum How to make a drive with Windows installed bootable? Forum SolvedHow to make a bootable USB drive or reformat/partition and install XP Forum SolvedHow do I make a cloned HDD with OS bootable for my new computer? Forum how do i make a bootable usb drive with a windows 8 dvd on a mac Forum How do I make a bootable flash drive with Linux Mint 13 (then install duel boot with Win 8 on a Lenovo Desktop? Forum how to make xp bootable pen drive on windows 7 pc ? Forum How do I make my SATA HD Bootable? Forum How to make hard drive bootable Forum How to make ghost bootable pen drive Forum How to make a USB DRIVE bootable for ghost image Forum How to make usb drive bootable from iso image Forum How to make a bootable Windows 7 hard drive that is a copy of my (C:) Forum How to make an external hard drive bootable xp pro Forum How to make a USB DRIVE bootable for ghost image Forum How can I make my Hard Drive Boot 500gb bootable? step by step please Forum How do i make a bootable DOS usb drive Forum How to make zip250 drive bootable Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !