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Always wants to boot from disc!

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I was installing mavericks when it failed right before it should have finished installing. I hit restart to try again, or something like that. But now when I try to get back on windows, it always boots from the disc, no matter what. I have changed the boot priorities, but still, it tries to boot from the disc. Eventually I got mavericks to install, but still, to this day, my computer always wants to boot from the disc. Please someone help me! Below I'm showing a picture of the screen that after always wanting to boot from the disc, it goes to.

 

I am still able to boot into windows by just selecting the HDD and hitting enter, but there has got to be a way to fix this, its just annoying.

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