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      11-19-2010
http://mynews.ath.cx/doc/winsys/boot...rimaryIDE.html

Adding a hard drive on Secondary IDE too!

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      11-20-2010
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Tested and it Works with:
Primary IDE Contoller, GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-01 Win 98
&
GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-02 Win-2000


2 GENERIC IDE DISKS
Primary IDE Contoller
GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-01
GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-02
partitioning 0
Secondary IDE Contoller
CD/DVD
partitioning 0


[Note] the GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-02 have to be present first before the
partitioning of GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-01!
If your made a partitioning on the GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-01 First and you
add GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-02,
you would have to reinstall a operating systems that on the GENERIC IDE DISK
TYPE-01 Sec partition!
(Exp. C:\win98 & D:\win-ME)
Afterwords Sec. IDE present you'll have
( C:\win98 D:\win2000 & E:\win-ME)
For 3.0 up to ME operating systems on D: have to be Remap to to E:,
So it will run on the BOOT.INI (#2 Exp.)

(Exp.#1) BOOT.INI

Primary IDE
GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-01
partitioning 0
GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE02
partitioning 0

Making Default 2000 GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-02 1 partition on(DDrive


[boot loader]
timeout=30
default=multi(0)disk(1)rdisk(1)partition(1)\WINNT
[operating systems]
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(1)partition(1)\WINNT="Windows 2000" /fastdetect
c:\ = "Window 98"


Making Default 98 on GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-01 partition 2 on (C(E

[boot loader]
timeout=30
default=c:\
[operating systems]
c:\ = "Window 98"
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(1)partition(1)\WINNT="Windows 2000" /fastdetect



Can I Add GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-02 with a Windows 2000 all reedy install to
it, to a
Computer with a Primary IDE GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-01 with a win 98 all reedy
install,
and make my on Boot.INI?

YES, With Exp.#1 BOOT.INI

BUT,
You have to put NTDETECT.COM, and the Boot.ini & NTLDR on C: (default system
volume) it's requires,
at the minimum, the following two files to be on the system volume: NTLDR,
which contains the main
boot loader itself boot.ini, which contains configuration options for a boot
menu,
And NTDETECT.COM, is responsible for detecting basic hardware that will be
required to start the 2000 operating system!


Exp.#2 BOOT.INI
Primary IDE
GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-01
partitioning 2
GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-02
partitioning 0

Making Default Win-ME GENERIC IDE DISK TYPE-01 2 partition on(EDrive

CONTENT EDITABLE

[boot loader]
timeout=30
default=E:\
[operating systems]
C:\ = "Windows 98"
E:\ = "Windows ME"
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(1)partition(1)\WINNT="Windows 2000" /fastdetect


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