Windows 7 dual boot not possible


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I recently installed Windows7 Home Premium 64 bits on C: and Windows 7 Pro 64 bits on D:, two different WD hard drives, entirely reformatted.
My system boots by default after 4 seconds on C: but I cannot even see D: at boot
Does anyone know what may be happening?
Hello JPM.
Yeah, I know what's happening...
You forgot to add a "Windows Longhorn" entry in EasyBCD, pointing it at D, so no dual-boot menu until that's done.