Thanks for your response!
That setup program is also known as the "BIOS" firmware, which is the first software to be run when my PC is powered on.
My first boot priority is a DVD/CD, and the second is a Solid State Drive (system drive), which are both assigned in the BIOS.
Initially, any effort would result in a Blue Screen. As a result, I decided to replace the SSD with another SSD with a larger capacity.
I had always wanted to do this. This would require me to do a fresh installation of Windows. I was ready for this.
Now, when I power on my PC, the BIOS is encountered then a message appears "Insert a bootable CD then press any key". A CD is inserted. Next, a white progress bar appears at the bottom of the monitor with a message "Windows Loading Files...". After this, the Blue Screen appears. It doesn't matter whether this is a Windows 7 installation or a bootable System Repair disc to load a previously made system image to be restored from a second hard drive.
I hope that my explanation is clear and I apologize if it wasn't.
Edited by MikeM39, 30 July 2018 - 05:57 PM.