Originally Posted by wiktorek01
so when you turn your computer on, which os runs? the one on the 40 or your 160?
because if you have 2 os then it should automatically ask you which one you want.
Yea thats what i was hoping for but it doesnt....
When i first bought the computer it came with the 40...
I than bought a 160 and put it in but didnt know if they would both work so i simply disconnected the power plug to the 40 and ran only the 160.
When i finally decided to connect both up, boot up and see what happens, it would try to boot up, and it give me a message "boot failure, insert boot disc"....than i changed the jumper on the 40 to 'slave' tried booting up up again and this time it booted up in the 160 as always and it simply recognises the 40 as drive F as obviously C is the 160, D is the cd rw and E is the dvd burner....(keeping in mind the 40 still ahs xp on it but that obviously doesnt matter)
I want to be able to switch between the 2 hard drives upon boot up...im thinking maybe its all about playing with the jumper settings?