I have Windows 7 installed on one SSD, and OS X Mavericks on another SSD. When i installed OS X, i choiced GUID partition table.
After i finished installation of OS X, i went into BIOS and changed in " Hard Disk Boot Priority " and i selected the SSD where OS X Mavericks is installed.
Both OS, Windows and OS X are working fine, i can't complain, but after i made this changes in BIOS, under Windows is a problem.
I'm using Acronis True Image for Windows 7. Sometime i do play some games ( that's the reason i want to keep Windows )
And sometime i do test differrent stuff, like programs, OS modifications - themes, and so on. But everytime when i test something, i make sure to activate the options from Acronis True Image, called Try and Decide.
Okay, after i test whatever i want, i reboot the PC and after the reboot and before OS loading, i have two options from Acronis :
1 - Continue in the mode
2 - Stop and Discard
( see the attached image, please )
But now i can't use anymore this option " Try and Decide "
When i open it, it says " Cannot start Try&Decide because system partition is dynamic "
Of course is not. I checked in Disk Management.
The error appears ( i guess ) because i changed the Hard Disk Boot Priority. If i go back into BIOS and change back the SSD, with the Windows 7 one, as the first, Try and Decide is working, but that's annoying. I don't want to go into BIOS, everytime when i want to use Try and Decide.
My question is : could i, maybe, to have the MBR for both SSD's, on one single SSD ? I mean, i'd like to have the MBR on the SSD with Windows 7, and so, i can leave the SSD with W7, as the first, in BIOS - Hard Disk Boot Priority
You thing that might work ?
Thank you, i hope you can help me with some advices.