Dual boot setup with IDE and SCSI HD?
I have a machine with Win2K on the IDE disk and SUSE linux on the SCSI disk.
I can switch the disks in my BIOS setup (so that either one can be the first disk).
I tried to setup the Linux bootloader to optionally load Win2K - and I can see it is willing to - but the actual boot of Win2K fails. It may have to do with Windows requiring to always be on the first disk? So when I set my SCSI / linux disk as first, I can't boot Win2K from the IDE disk...
I also tried to put the Linux bootloader on the IDE disk, but that destroyed the Win2K bootloader (and I had to use the repair function from the Win2K CD).
Does anyone have an idea how to get a dual boot running? (Apart from having to squeeze both systems into the first 2GB of just one disk)