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Dual boot menu for IDE Drive/SCSI Drive

By phardcastle ·
I have an IDE drive with Windows 2000 Server installed. This is my boot drive. I installed a SCSI card and Drive with Windows 2000 Professional. I am trying to find out how to create a dual boot menu at startup. Currently the only way I can boot into one or the other drive is to make the change in the BIOS. On bootup I would like to be able to select either Windows 2000 Server(IDE) or Windows 2000 Pro (SCSI).

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by Vila In reply to Dual boot menu for IDE Dr ...

there is an article in www.microsoft.com that describes APC syntax:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q102/8/73.ASP

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by thetechguy In reply to Dual boot menu for IDE Dr ...

since u already installed server before w2k professional there is no way to get the dual boot option.

to do this u need to reinstall the server & professional.first install professional on any drive u feel appropriate then install server on same or other drive.

hope this helps

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