Ubuntu install, make sure the drive that has XP installed is the one the BIOS is set to look at first. If that does not do the trick, disconnect the Ubuntu drive and try again. If that fixes the problem, look here: http://apcmag.com/how_to_dual_boot_windows_xp_and_linux_xp_installed_first.htm
Or here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WindowsDualBoot
I just installed Ubuntu Linux on my computer which already had Windows XP installed.
I'm kind of new to this so I'm pretty sure I messed up somewhere. The thing is I have two hard drives. one which had Windows already installed on it and a new hard drive I installed in my PC and had the ubuntu OS setup on it.
I disconnected my Windows drive while I was installing Ubuntu on Drive #2 (i think this is what i did wrong) since I was having a hard time getting the computer to detect it.
Now even though both hard drives are properly connected and detectable from the BIOS, the computer only boots to Ubuntu. Is there a way I can fix this?