I have a CentOS 5 machine that runs Windows 7 as a dual boot. CentOS is the main OS and each OS is set up in a specific hard drive. This was set up before I joined the company and I don't real... [by anon123456789]
on 11/28/2012 – Made popular on 11/28/2012
Setup dual boot on my work machine. Windows 7 Enterprise is installed on primary drive (hd0,0) and CentOS 6.5 is installed on Secondary internal drive with the /boot partition at (hd1,0). I used easyBCD to point to the (hd1,0) /boot partition.
However, whenever I select the CentOS from the win boot loaded i am given a boot prompt from grub4dos.
I want to create a dual boot pc with Windows 8.1 and Centos 7. But i dont want to install both OS on the same drive. I have two SSD's. I want to install windows on the first SSD and Centos 7 on the second SSD.