Re: Dual Boot on Two Drives
You're in the right forum thread, just look up a few pages in the posts for the details. I have been doing it successfully for over a year, thus keeping computer harmony in the family while I test drive Ubuntu.
My recommendation is to follow the directions to dual boot making Ubuntu the master and the other OS the slave. This way you don't have to mess with the BIOS. It does require a simple tweak of the GRUB boot loader menu but if I can do it, anyone can...
I'm sold on the distribution and cant wait to get a computer with more horsepower so I can run XP virtually for those few programs I just gotta have.
Good luck and welcome to the community!
Dell Inspiron 600m 1.8GHz|ATI 9000mobile|2Gb RAM|Intel 2915ABG|dual boot Win7/UNE 10.04
Dell Studio XPS|i7-920|6Gb RAM|Nvidia-G220|Win7|XP & Maverick in VMware player