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choose be twine windows 7 and Linux without bios change

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I have been ask to build a computer for students that will heve 2 hdd with windows 7 and linux and the students will choose witch OS too boot from.

The problem is that every time that i want ti change OS i have to go to bios setting and chenge the storgae type every time.


Is there an ather way to make it easyer on the students??

Is there a way to install a program that will make the change for me?



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Gday  michelvld,  :welcome:

See if this will do the trick. > http://linuxbsdos.co...-2-hard-drives/

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Gday  michelvld,

You did not respond to my last reply.   Have you found a way to Boot to your desired drive at startup?   An update would be appreciated.



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