Two disks hard two Vista does not start

Two disks hard two Vista does not start

For large computing needs, I combined two software Vista, two memoirs, two hard drives, the work display card and sound card.  A hard disk as Primary Master IDE has perfectly my current programs, Office 2007, data and functions.  The SATA drive has the space of files I need and a disabled Vista.  The computer starts with the SATA HD Vista does not work and stops at a missing file.  I do F12 and select the hard disk IDE startup.  I tried several solutions, for example: Startup Repair, recovery disk, installation DVD of Vista, repair, BIOS F2 re boot choice and sequence, does not list the IDE drive as a choice, tried to remove the disabled Vista, all the solutions in the forum, Ms.  Not solved.

For months in the auto-update feature, the two .NET Framework 1.1 and 3.5 will not install.

Please tell me solutions to correct these errors for .NET and start-up.

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