|12 Feb 2011||#4|
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If you installed each OS on a discreet drive, while the other drive was disconnected, you shouldn't have any problem with booting to either using the BIOS Popup Menu. It will boot to either just as if the other OS never existed. If you are having a problem with booting to one or the other, it is probably because you didn't disconnect the extra drive while installing the OS on the other.
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