Having found out that installing OSX on non-Mac hardware is illegal I decided to re-post part of my previous question and just not use OSX. I'll use either Ubuntu or Fedora. But that's beside the point. Here is the situation and question.
I recently upgraded my friend's computer from a 500GB HDD to a 1.5TB HDD and for helping him he gave me his old 500GB HDD. I already have a 2TB external so I really don't need it for storage but I want to do something with it. This leads to my question.
Is it possible to have two HDDs in your system and boot to each of them separately? (I know you can use one for OS and other for storage but can you have an OS on each and be able to boot to them individually?)
If anybody could give me a hand it would be great.
The question has been closed for the following reason "The question is answered, right answer was accepted" by RH510 Apr 21 '11 at 18:06
Yeah when you go through the install process just pick the drive you want the install on. You won't have the options like when you dual boot with one hard drive you will have to go into the BIOS and change the first boot device to the drive you want to boot into.
answered Mar 03 '11 at 12:31
I'm guessing it's an internal HDD and so you want to select which to automatically boot to. I'm guessing this article might help http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Set-up-a-dual-boot-system-from-Windows-Vista-Inside-Out
answered Mar 03 '11 at 12:24