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Re: Boot from Slave disk?

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"smackedass" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Hello,
> I have 2 HDs in my computer, one running Windows '98, as a primary master,
> and another that has an install of 2000, that is installed as a primary
> slave, behind the '98 drive.
> Is it possible to boot from the 2000 disk? Or do these disks have to be

> separate channels?
> The BIOS of this computer only allows 3 boot options: hard drive (only

> CD, or removable disk. So, I can't choose "Hard Drive #1" and "Hard Drive
> #2".
> I admit, I haven't mucked around much with it, yet, but before I started
> unplugging the other drives, I would ask you folk.
> Thanks, in advance.
> smackedass

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