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Re: [SUSE Linux Users] SuSE Personal 8.2 Newbie Boot Q?

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  • Vertaalbureau Motte
    You can adjust the boot disk in the BIOS. When you start you pc, press Delete, and look in the menu you get for the menu in which you can decide in which order
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      You can adjust the boot disk in the BIOS. When you start you pc, press
      Delete, and look in the menu you get for the menu in which you can decide in
      which order the pc has to look for the drives used for booting. You can use
      hd's, floppies, cd's and often dvd's too.

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      Sent: Monday, September 01, 2003 11:11 AM
      Subject: [SUSE Linux Users] SuSE Personal 8.2 Newbie Boot Q?


      > Hello All !
      > I would like to ask the best method for booting (disk or other) when
      > using two hard drives. Disk 0 windows; Disk 1 Suse ?
      > All instruction is greatly appreciated.
      > Kindest regards,
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      > SuSE_LasVegas
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