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keithr128

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My son got a new computer for Christmas, so I took his old one and added two more hard drives.
One 500 gig for storage and a 20 gig with Windows 2000 in addition to the original 80 gig with XP Home and I would like to set XP as the default and be able to choose 2000 without going into the bios and setting the drive with 2000 on it as the primary boot device.
I don't know if this is even possible with the os's on seperate drives or if they need to be on the same drive on seperate partitions.
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