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You can try to boot directly from secondary disc (or set it in bios) this should work.

Anaconda probably used mbr from disk where you installed Fedora (sdb?). You can set it during installation in Installation destination it is on bottom left - Full disc summary and bootloader... -> Choose primary disc (both discs must be marked as destination for installation) and click on Set as Boot Device. Then it should boot to grub (where should be both Fedora and Windows).

On already installed system you can use command grub2-install <device> that will amend mbr of <device> so it will boot to grub from running system.