Ok. I was able to obtain a live image for Debian 8 Jessie. When I tried the initial live boot option, it stopped working at the "Noeuveu" (However You spell it) option. So when it just stopped working, I reset My machine and tried the "FailSafe" option. Looks like this option is just what I need to be able to use My computer at the moment and its what I'm using as of this moment to type this message!
As for the GRUB loader, as far as I know no matter what drive I install it to it will just, hang. For instance, when I first installed Debian, I installed GRUB on the main SSD (250 GB) where My windows 7 partition is at as opposed to where I installed Debian (120 GB). It just stood there, so I said "enough of this" and reinstalled Debian but this time had the mind to install GRUB onto the same drive/partition where I also installed Debian. Still the same issue happens. It will just sit there and hang when I choose to load Debian from the GRUB loader installed on My 120 GB SSD. I think the issue may be a graphics driver issue, but I've never had this problem in the past when using Debian on My NVIDIA machine.
Also, the second time I installed Debian, there was a prompt for some sort of UEFI setting. I think this is where I messed up and somehow locked Myself out of using windows on My machine.
Here's My other thread related to the GRUB issue: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=132090&p=638852#p638852