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20 Apr 2012  

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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bits 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

SSD-P = C: drive SSD-W = E: drive =>Your bootmgr and bootmenu are on SSD-P. This is working fine (active,boot in screenshot)
HDD-P = F: drive HDD-W = J: drive .

Disk 1 (HDD) has 1 large extended partition with many logical partitions in it). If you disconnect SSD system isn’t bootable. I assume it was bootable before (F is active) .
I assume you want to clone HDD-W to SSD-W?
Steps to do:
Download a free copy of partition wizard (bootable ISO). right click on it burn it to CD. Boot from CD then:
Mark paritition on HDD which is active now as inactive. Not really needed.
Delete partition SSD-W.
Copy partition HDD-W to SSD-W (make it a primary partition!)
Try to boot normally. Disconnect HDD first so you’re sure it’s not using it!
If not loading OS on SSD-W try Startup Repair

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