I have two hard disk for one linux os

April 5, 2011 at 08:22:33
Specs: Linux x86_64, quad
I have installed linux only on one hard, and I have two problem,
1- Every time the OS boots, it will start with the non installed hard, then I should change it by hand and boot it . When I start that the next time this problem happens again and again.
2- I want to add the new hard as a couple of partitions to my partitions. It is possible and how?
Thanks in advance

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April 5, 2011 at 14:44:03
Most newer bios's tell the computer which hard drive it should look to for the first bootable disk. If that changes then the bios is not saving data for some reason.

Just install the drive and partition it and format it.

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