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30 Jan 2013  
gregrocker
Microsoft MVP

 

If you wanted to boot via the BIOS you should unplug the other HD/SSD when installing each OS. Then set the HD which you want to boot first as first HD in priority in BIOS setup.

But since you already have a Windows Boot Menu, the HD marked System in Disk Mgmt should be set first in priority to boot.

On some BIOS this boot order might be ignored with the non-System HD trying to boot first. As Theog says you need to change the ports to correct it in this case.
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