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Aktuelle Version von: BurnieG ,

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The bootloader for Windows 7 has likely been installed on the IDE drive. This allows you to boot to other OS installed on your PC. The bootloader installs on the primary drive, which sounds like thats your IDE drive. That could be why it won't boot to Windows 7 when the IDE drive is removed.
 
Have you tried removing the IDE drive and then doing a fresh install of Windows 7 on the SSD. You may need to access the bios settings by hitting F2 when prompted after powering on the PC. Check the hard drive settings to make sure SATA is enabled not IDE and that the SATA drive is set as the primary boot drive. This may allow you to instaqfinstall and boot Windows 7 on the SSD.
Have you tried removing the IDE drive and then doing a fresh install of Windows 7 on the SSD. You may need to access the bios settings by hitting F2 when prompted after powering on the PC. Check the hard drive settings to make sure SATA is enabled not IDE and that the SATA drive is set as the primary boot drive. This may allow you to instaqfinstall and boot Windows 7 on the SSD.

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The bootloader for Windows 7 has likely been installed on the IDE drive.  This allows you to boot to other OS installed on your PC.  The bootloader installs on the primary drive,  which sounds like thats your IDE drive.  That could be why it won't boot to Windows 7 when the IDE drive is removed.

Have you tried removing the IDE drive and then doing a fresh install of Windows 7 on the SSD.  You may need to access the bios settings by hitting F2 when prompted after powering on the PC.  Check the hard drive settings to make sure SATA is enabled not IDE and that the SATA drive is set as the primary boot drive.  This may allow you to instaqf

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