boot from slave disk with ntldr
Harald Servat Gelabert
redcrash at hotmail.com
Sat Jun 28 03:10:50 PDT 2003
how could I boot from my slave disk on the first IDE channel from NTLDR?
on the URL
you explain how to boot when using the same physical disk... but I
missunderstand how to do it
when using two different disks.
/boot/boot0 should be written on which MBR, master or slave disk? Because if
I write it on the
master disk, ntldr will be no more, right?
Many thanks for advance,
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