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Dual Boot Problem

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It's official I've lost all hope. I wanted to play the new MW but it wasn't working on my Windows Enterprise N, since it needed to be updated to the latest version it wouldn't work, I tried fixing the problem but in the end decided to download another windows os on another drive. with some hiccups here and there I got it to work and played through MW fine, and now my original os doesn't boot. I've been sitting in cmd on my recovery usb all day today and i've tried every possible solution, I can type bootrec /fixboot with my eyes closed so I think I just need some outside perspective. I used to get errors like 0xc000000e or 0xc000000d but now when I try to boot with all drives plugged in it just boots to any other bootable os.

 

I've attached a screenshot of my disks and honestly I don't know what was there when I started and what I broke. 

 

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Any help would be greatly appreciated

 

 

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are you sure the machine is booting from the correct drive? you can just select the drive with your old OS on it in the boot menu of your computer. 

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yeah, here's a screenshot of me trying to boot from that drive in a vm


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