Transfering hard drive w/ linux from separate computer to dual boot with Windows comp
Sorry if the topic title seems kind of wordy, but I really couldn't think of what to say.
Until recently I have been running two computers, one with Debian Linux and the other Windows XP. Sadly, about a week ago the motherboard or CPU crapped out on the linux computer(yes, I have checked to see if the two sticks of RAM I had in there were bad, but they weren't). Thus, I want to transfer the hard drive with Linux over to the Windows computer and configure both for a dual boot. Linux is using GRUB, and I'd prefer it to be a slave drive and Windows the primary. If it's quite a hassle to do this, I'd rather reinstall Debian, for I have the /home directory separate from / and thus wouldn't lose anything. What should I do to accomplish this?