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Dual Booting?

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robo_dev

this lets you choose the OS at boot time.

Overall multi-OS booting is a bad idea likely to break and cause heartburn, but it can be done.

it's also possible to go into the PC BIOS and set one drive or the other as the primary boot device, but this is easy to get wrong, so either nothing at all boots, or it only boots one OS, etc.

I would buy a removable SATA drive sled, and plug in the drive/OS you want to run