Two hard drives, two OS's?
I read this thread...
...but it either didn't answer my question or it went right over my head. :confused:
I used to have a single hard drive with Windows and Linux on it. It was easy to set up and I was prompted to select an OS every time I started my computer.
Now, I have two completely separate hard drives. One currently has Vista and the other has a fresh install of LinuxMint on it. The problem is, I can't get Linux to boot. :(
When I installed Linux on the new drive, I chose "Use entire hard drive" as I want the new drive to be solely for Linux.
How can I get my computer to prompt me again to choose between the two OS's when I power up the computer?
I've even changed the boot sequence in BIOS to look at the Linux drive first, thinking that would make it boot Linux or at least ask me, but it doesn't; Vista still boots up.
PS - Please keep your answers on a novice level. :|