You can find BOOT MANAGERS like BOOT MAGIC and others that may help, but Windows didn't do this well on its own.
Anybody please please help me with this.
I have two Hard Disks assembled in my PC. Each has one Win98_SE OS installed in it. I used to boot any one of my hard disk using it's Win98_SE copy.
After a recent problem I reinstalled both my Win98_SE copies back on each hard disk after formatting in the same drive it was installed before .
But now it does not boot the Win98_SE copy in hard disk which is under Primary Slave category in BIOS. It gives problem "Invalid System Disk. Press any key to continue" while booting & then does not boot Primary Slave Hard Disk's OS copy.
It boots the other OS copy on Primary Master Hard Disk. I am also able to access the Primary Slave Hard Disk data by booting through Primary Master Hard Disk.
What is the solution to this problem?? I need that my PC should boot with either copy of 2 hard disks just by changing the boot sequence in BIOS (I used to follow this method earlier). How do I achieve it??