Computer Only Boots If Both Hard-Drives Are Connected At Same Time

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When I first installed the EasyBCD, I made the mistake of selecting my C Drive, then clicked no in the menu when it displayed. I realized I made the mistake when I tried to boot just from my Win.7 HD. The computer's Win.7 will not boot unless I have the Vista HD also connected to the motherboard.

I clicked F10 to enter settings(Boot) with just the Win.7 connected. There is not a W7 even listed. The only choice to boot from is the Vista HD. I did the same with both HD's and both are displayed as to which device to boot from. But I am concerned that if I make the W7 the first boot, it will never boot up again even if the Vista is connected.

I tried different solutions such as uninstalling the EasyBCD software. And restoring computer to before I made those changes.

My question is, how can I get it back to just booting from W7 without the Visa HD connected?

I would appreciate any ideas or solutions.
Thank you in advance.
 
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