I have two SSDs, one is for my Windows 7, and one is for testing and tweaking it (like installing Linux, or other operating systems...).
I've already installed Windows 7 on the first SSD, and I tried to install Debian distribution on the second SSD, the installation was successful.
But the problem is that I installed something called boot loader into first SSD (which Windows 7 is installed), so if I run second SSD, nothing happens and if I run the first SSD, automatically Debian boot loader runs, and what thing fundamentally makes me annoying is that there is no option for Windows, just for Debian. (I thought I can use both of the choices if I install the boot loader into any SSD.)
If I open the SSD which Win installed, I can see those files and folders.
[Folder] Boot [Folder] Documents and Settings [Folder] Intel [Folder] Perflogs [Folder] ProgramData [Folder] Program files [Folder] Program files (x86) [Folder] Recovery [Folder] $Recycle.Bin [Folder] System Volume Information [Folder] Users [Folder] Windows [File] bootmgr [File] BOOTSECT.BAK [File] hiberfil.sys [File] pagefile.sys
I think those all folders & files have relationships to Windows OS, but actually I don't know. (I just googled it.)
Can I change the directory of the boot loader or delete it? What can I do?