Error in installation of Windows 7

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I have two hard drives in my computer. Currently I am using Windows 7 Ultimate 32-Bit which is installed in C-drive via ISO. As I have two separated hard drives, I want to install Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit on the secondary one. Now the issue which I am facing at the moment is I don’t know how to boot it. Definitely, it won’t boot like ultimate ISO version did. I even tried to install vista on my other hard drive so that I could clean install over it but when I tried to boot it, I faced the error saying Error loading Operating System .I would like to get your nice suggestions to resolve this issue.

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Error in installation of Windows 7

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Hi Jennifer, first go to the Bios Settings. Go to Hard Disk Drive Settings or HDD Settings, verify the hard disks and check if it is all detected in the settings then set the Hard Disk that you want to boot in the Primary Boot. If you are using IDE, one Hard Disk must be in slave mode and the other is in master settings then save and reboot. While on the POST or Power on Self Test press simultaneously the F12 Button to go to Boot Menu then select the Hard Drive then it will automatically boot your Hard disk. Hope this will help.

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