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Hi thank you for reading my post can we add a windows installation (a windows which is installed and can boot the system from its partition) to linux boot loader ...
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- 10-25-2006 #1
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- Oct 2006
can we add Windows to linux (FC6) bot loader after we install it ?
thank you for reading my post
can we add a windows installation (a windows which is installed and can boot the system from its partition) to linux boot loader ?
I want to install Linux on my secondary hard disk and then add windows partition to its boot loader , i do not want linux to write its boot stuff on my windows hard disk and its boot driver.
my plan is :
-remove windows hard disk
-install linux on secondary disk
now both of this hard disk are bootable
-add windows hard disk to computer
4-add windows OS to linux boot loader
is it do able (i mean option 4)?
- 10-26-2006 #2
Yes you absolutely can. It is done very frequently (I myself in fact do this) and is commonly referred to as dual-booting.
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- 10-26-2006 #3
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- Oct 2004
FYI, there is a dual-booting tutorial on this site somewhere that will give you a step-by-step, easy-as-pie way to do it.
- 10-26-2006 #4