On Mon, 28 May 2001, Keith Clancy wrote:
> Is it Win2k or Me or what ?
>> Try using Ranish Paritition Manager ... do a search on google.
> I had a similar problem when i had 2 os's on 2 harddisks..
> easiest way was to swap them round in the bios each time i wanted to use
> Windows or FreeBSD which made either drive i wanted the primary boot device.
> was alot safer than a partition manager :)
I have ME on the primary master (30GB IBM) hda1, and I have the two linux
disks on the HPT370 controller hdf anf hdh. I have seen a similar set up on
a KT7 mobo, mine is a KT7A, I thought these motherboards were almost identical.
Would it help if I moved /boot onto hda? I can use fips to give me a new
partition on this disk.
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