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I have installed in my pc, 2 hard drives(both with windows installed).

When i select to boot from the second hard drive ,it doesn't work anymore,it starts all the time from the 1 hard drive(master).

It was working a few days ago ,to boot from the second hard drive :(

 

Any suggestions?

 

Thx!

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If you open up your computer and look at the hard drive you should see 4 little pins and this little black over thing will be on two of them, it will eitehr be on the right most pins or the left most. Take the one that is your master and move the black thing over one set of pins. This will tell your computer that this is now the secounday or slave drive, them go to the other drive and make sure it is on the first most pins or the pins the other one used to be.

If this is not to clear i can try to explain it again.

If i am completely wrong don't get mad at me :)

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If you open up your computer and look at the hard drive you should see 4 little pins and this little black over thing will be on two of them, it will eitehr be on the right most pins or the left most. Take the one that is your master and move the black thing over one set of pins. This will tell your computer that this is now the secounday or slave drive, them go to the other drive and make sure it is on the first most pins or the pins the other one used to be.

If this is not to clear i can try to explain it again.

If i am completely wrong don't get mad at me :)

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I understand the idea,but:

 

It was working until now.I did not change any pin location.

I was changing the boot options in bios, and it was working....until now.

 

Thx anyway!

 

Other ideas?

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What Vanguard said is the way to proper change it (I believe somewhere in the boot menu of when your PC is loading up you can change what is prmary and what is secondary). Otherwise try different pin changes, but I'm not a master at these things, so please don't totally trust my judgement.

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Why do you have Microsoft Windows on both drives?

And is it same version too?

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