N/APosted on - 07/25/2011
I'm preparing to have custom-build shop do PC with three hard disk drives. HDD#1 will be regular/internal sort, 500 GB or less, dedicated drive for LinuxMint 10; HDD#2 will be SATA mobile-rack sort, likely 750 GB, for XP Pro with BrowserLinux on partition; HDD#3 will be SATA mobile rack, 500 GB or less, for trial of various operating systems (each on its own dedicated hard disk), such as PC-BSD, FortressLinux, etc. What are my options for multi-boot loaders, boot managers, etc., and control of boot sequence?
MULTI-BOOTING LOADERS AND MANAGERS AND BOOT SEQUENCE CONTROL
Hi good day,
In this kind of issue you my must check the proper jumper setting of you hard drive, just read first the jumper guide setting of hard drive.
First boot of hard drive the jumper setting was in Primary master.
Second jumper setting was in primary slave.
And next drive secondary slave.
Then put all drives internal make sure the hard drives is uniform when you put it all into internal.
In your motherboard there are 4 socket of SATA internal, first hard drive used for booting, insert second hard drive into second SATA socket and 3rd hard drive,
Thank you, hope you can do it.