Originally Posted by 4thgradedropout
I cannot stop laughing about the misspelling. I don't mind by any means, but the sheer misspelling made me click on this. HAHAHAH! Cheers!
On another note, you may still have a boot partition in your MBR on the old drive. Formatting it will only format the one partition. Use a tool to delete all of the partitions and create a new one. Than format that partition. It should erase the MBR. For reference an MBR is a Master Boot Record. It's where the little program sits (like GRUB for Linux) to tell the Hardware which OS to boot. In any case, something like EasyBCD as mentioned by InfectionZero may do the trick.