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Only one OS boots in dual booting setup

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I have partitioned my HDD and installed /cloned Windows 10 Home OS  on both, the idea being that if one OS fails I can switch to the other identical one.  Both OS show on the  dual boot prompt, but unfortunately only one OS boots.  I tried just about everything.How can I get them both booting, either one or the other?

It is odd, because on the same partition of the same HDD I used to have Windows 7 along with Windows 10 and I could boot  on both if I wanted. but I removed Windows7.  


Any help ?






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