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Old 08-03-2003, 11:54 PM   #1
nycundaground
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Dual Boot Raptors and IDE


Hi guys i was wondering if any of you are using SATA drives in raid as WINXP and another regular IDE HD for linux. Im having problems dualbooting. I can install grub or lilo whichever is fine, and i get the grub screen when booting up everytime but i cant boot into WINXP on Raptors in raid via the IC5HR. please help.

System Specs:
Asus P4C800-e
2 x raptors in raid
1 maxtor 120gb ide drive on Primary IDE controller
 
  


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