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    xp and vista dual boot.

    Hi all,

    I have 2 hard drives in my PC and was wondering if it is at all possible to have Win MCE on 1 hard drive and Vista on the other. My query is will i need to select the operating system through bios or can i configure the PC to get the option to select which OS i want to boot from without going into bios. Its pretty much like the menu you get when you have your drive partitioned with two OS's but instead of a partition I have 2 hard drives.

    Any help is appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by as6670 View Post
    Hi all,

    I have 2 hard drives in my PC and was wondering if it is at all possible to have Win MCE on 1 hard drive and Vista on the other. My query is will i need to select the operating system through bios or can i configure the PC to get the option to select which OS i want to boot from without going into bios. Its pretty much like the menu you get when you have your drive partitioned with two OS's but instead of a partition I have 2 hard drives.

    Any help is appreciated.
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