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I was having problems for windows to detect the HDD after being in a RAID 0. I formated them and I was still having the issue, so I decided with a brilliant IDEA why not to clean the MBR, so I booted only with those 2 HDD and I cleaned from 0-3 (items that I got in the program.

What happen? I plugged my SSD and my 2 tb HD and OMG I couldn't boot from the SSD (OS in there) Why would I've clean something that wasn't plugged? dunno.

Now it seems that the SSD is having trouble cuz it spam me this message "Invalid Partition TABLE" I'm im about to boot. Even though I will be installing once again after this issue is done but I saw that each time that I install the OS even if I delete the partition, create a new one and then format it keeps the OS history when booting so I'm having 2 W7 boots, I don't want to have them the third time that I will be installing it, what should I do?

Sry for this long history but I wanted to explain my self the best way to find out the way to fix this issue

I tried things like /bootrec /fixboot and /fixmbr just in case that someone thinks about that.

Please take in consideration that my 2tb that I'm not able to see is all my backup so I'm afraid of that and don't want to lose it
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Intel i5 2500k Asus P8Z68 Deluxe Sapphire HD 7750 Kingston FURYX 1866Mhz 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Samsung 750 EVO Western Digital Green LG DVD Drive Corsair H60 
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Windows 10 x64 LG 22mp55 Seasonic MKII 620w Bronze Lancool k60 
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Logitech g400 
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