I have win 7 32 bit installed on my C drive and win 7 64 bit installed on my D drive How can I boot either system with out going into the setup menu and chooseing the boot drive of choice. Thank You very much
Specifically, ensure that the system always boots to your later install (esp. if you have XP as your 32-bit system) by adjusting the boot order in your BIOS. I strongly recommend that you plug the drive you want to boot off into the very first SATA slot; otherwise, if you plug in and remove devices the boot order seems to shift.
Now that you are booting from the drive with the 64-bit OS installed, use EasyBCD to add the 32-bit OS to the 64-bit OS's boot menu.
A question: Do you have two drives (sounds like it) or one with two partitions?