Boot Record Fix? Anyone?

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    The best temporary solution is to set a boot from a 7 Installation CD and do not press any button while "press any key..." that will lead in starting your 7 thanks to CDs bootloader
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       #12

    hi all,
    I have 2 HDDs to install. firstly, I installed Win7 in 1 HDD. Win7 was running well until I install WinXP in the other HDD. Win7 can not run anymore, even if I disable the WinXP HDD, Win7 still cannot boot. Could anyone help me to solve this problem?
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