Dual boot from two hard drives???

  Ricktos 17:52 15 Jul 2007

Hi all,

Is this possible?

I have Vista Basic Home 32-bit running from a SATA 250GB HDD while I have XP on a partition on an 80GB IDE HDD. I left the IDE drive off when I installed the new drive and added after everything was installed. I've been having trouble with gaming and stuff so I wanted to run XP from the other drive. As they're on two drives, I appreciated that to start with XP I would need to change the boot device in the BIOS but I'm not really too bothered about this. However, if there is a way to boot with the option... ;)

Any help would be appreciated before I start off, thanks in advance...

  Ricktos 20:57 15 Jul 2007

bumpy bumpy

  Quiet Life 23:21 15 Jul 2007

click here This looks as if it will help you out. I have not used it as I loaded Vista with XP already there and Vista took care of the boot menu giving the option of either Vista or XP at start up.

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