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Multiple HDD boot. HDD1 Vista - HDD2 Leopard is possible?


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I got Notebook with 2 HDD


HDD1: Vista

HDD2: Leopard (version 10.5.1)


I can't set in bios boot up from HDD2, Bios got only option to boot from HDD1

(there are USB or EXternal HDD drive option but in this case it is not what i want to do).


Is there a way that i could add in vista bootloader or smthing - option to boot from HDD2?

I did try, tboot, EASYBCD no luck.


Thanks for not removing this topic and let me know how can i solve it.

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Easy. In vista Download EasyBCD


-Open it up and go to ADD/Remove Entries

-Go to the Mac os options

-Add "Generic osx86 pc"

-Name it whatever you want

-Save, Exit, Reboot, Voila

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My 1st HDD is with Vista

2nd HDD is with Leopard flat image install.


EasyBCD...... How do I work it out.......

This is what I did------------

1)Do I need to change something with it ?

2) how to do reinstall with MBR mode


Please help me out





There are a total of 2 entries listed in the Vista Bootloader.

Bootloader Timeout: 30 seconds.

Default OS: Microsoft Windows Vista


Entry #1


Name: Microsoft Windows Vista

BCD ID: {current}

Drive: C:\

Bootloader Path: \Windows\system32\winload.exe

Windows Directory: \Windows


Entry #2


Name: NST Mac OS X

BCD ID: {48ad411c-ee61-11dc-8e22-001a6bdb1dd5}

Drive: C:\

Bootloader Path: \NST\nst_mac.mbr


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