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How can I fix my dual boot ?

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I have reinstalled windows 7 32 bit. I use to have a dual boot windows 7 x64 and xp and it work well.

When I had a bug I was able to fix it using easybcd.

Now I have installed 7x86 and 7x64 on 2 differrent HD ( one on my ssd). Since then I will have problem

booting the 32 bit version. I did use bootrec and the repair console but it will fix it only as long as I dont boot

Windows 7 x64. When I do it break the other one ?

I have also change the windows 7 bit (x86) to a logical partition instead of a primary but it wont resolve my problem.

Does someone know how to fix this ?

Thank for your input.


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