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Windows 7: Boot from one of 2 attached drives with BIOS boot order no problem?

14 Jan 2014   #11
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1

You already have a thread on the TruCrypt issue.
New windows 7 install wont recognize my crypted healthy sata 320gb HDD

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 Boot from one of 2 attached drives with BIOS boot order no problem?

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