I have dual booted linux/win for some time now, but always on the same drive as win. So my question is rather simple. Here is a little bit of general info on the situation:
a) I have a 1TB drive with Win7 currently on it. (DRIVE "A")
b) I installed an older 200GB drive to install linux. (DRIVE "B")
c) Which drive do I put the bootloader on? "A" or "B"?
I usually do the manual install and make the /boot,/root,/home,swap partitions myself. So do I still make a /boot parition? or just use the drop down to select which drive during install? or make a /boot on drive "a"? or "b"?
Just a bit confused.
Thanks in advance!