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09 May 2011   #
Brink
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 8.1 Enterprise
 
 

Rhythmeister,

Since this is an IDE HDD, double check to see if the jumper on the HDD is set to "master".

Afterwards, if the computer tries to boot to the IDE HDD instead of your Windows 7 HDD, then press the F key (usually F10 or F11) at boot to bring up the boot menu to be able to select the Windows 7 boot drive. Next, see if it has a drive letter, or if you can add one to it in Disk Manangement now.
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