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    FIXED: Can't boot into previous Windows 7

    EDIT: Nevermind! I fixed it using EasyBCD and adding a boot entry.

    Basically here's my problem:

    I had Windows 7 installed on my Intel SSD and then tried to install Windows XP onto my WD HDD. This somehow failed (I don't even care about this part anymore) and I couldn't boot into Windows 7 or Windows XP.

    I then formatted the Windows XP partition and installed Windows 7 onto the WDD HDD too on another empty partition and I managed to boot into it fine, however it does not show my Intel SSD as a bootable drive. I tried to make it active and this led to all sort of problems (basically I couldn't even boot)



    So my question is, how do I get back onto the Windows 7 installed on my Intel SSD?

    Would be great if someone could help me as I cannot find any solutions on google.
    Last edited by Ulti; 23-08-2010 at 11:38 PM. Reason: Fixed

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