Two OS's on seperate drives on same machine.

  nockpile 14:52 07 Dec 06
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Having recently moved up to Windows XP I find that a favourite game will not play and the game manufacturer declares no support for this OS.
I know I can switch 'master' and 'slave' and install the old OS on one drive, but how do I select,simply,the one I need without swapping jumpers. nockpile

  woodchip 14:56 07 Dec 06

You need to use a boot Manager. You will only be able to use one drive at a time.
click here

  woodchip 14:57 07 Dec 06

With the One I posted you should be able to see both drives in Windows

  woodchip 14:59 07 Dec 06

Please Note. You cannot see a NTFS files System from Fat32, But it works the other way round You can see Fat32 from a NTFS

  woodchip 15:03 07 Dec 06

If you want to load Win98se on one of the drives, Set it as Master then Remove the other drive while you load 98 on it

  nockpile 23:27 08 Dec 06

woodchip, thank you for the help, it sounds simple enough, I must try it. nockpile

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