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Win7 BootMgr on wrong Harddisk/partition - How to move to correct HDD?

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System:  1x SSD 120GB  (C:\)  Win7 OS,  1x  SATA 2 TB Drive   (D:\).

Installed Windows 7 on SSD  C:  but BootMgr is on wrong Disk D:\.

If I removing the D drive Windows won't boot anymore. Try'd to "repair" but Windows setup does not detect the installed Windows7 on C:  

What to do? How can i move/re-create the boot stuff on the correct HD?

Thanks!



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This Previously Answered Question, although for Windows Vista, should also work for Windows 7:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Windows/Windows_64-bit/Q_24243530.html
How to move Windows Vista (64b) Boot Manager to another drive
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Thank you! Works perfect!
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