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Old 01-09-2007, 10:09 PM   #16
JimBass
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Q1: Kaiser_Suse is correct. That would be the best way to handle things.

Q2: Yes. Every linux installer will ask where it should install grub. You should install Suse to your 2nd disk, and have grub install to the MBR of the first drive, that way you'll have the easy choice of booting to linux or windows.

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