First of all, I'm not a native speaker nor writer, so please try to get over my writing skills.
Secondly, I've asked this on several forum windows forum but the answer where quite closed minded, i hope the Ubuntu community won't deceive me
I've installed a ssd in my laptop a month ago and as the space on it is quite limited i didn't invest time to install/clone Windows as my main OS is under Linux.
The initial idea was to boot from the old hard drive mounted as an external one when i would like to use it (quite sheldom to game). Indeed when i boot, GRUB load (the interface which allow to chose between linux or windows) i have no problem booting my old Linux, but Windows crash. First there is a message about a hard-drive change, after that i have two possibilities :
repair the system → do not detect any installation
boot → BSOD ( and I cannot read anything it reboot immediately )
Here are the result from a boot-info made from linux: http://paste.ubuntu.com/6832114/
Any help would be likely appreciated