Why does Linux try to take over my whole computer?
I have Linux installed on one hard drive and Windows XP installed on another.
They were installed separately and have no knowledge of the other's existence.
When I plug in both SATA drives at the same time, it always tries to boot Linux, no matter which SATA drive is in the primary slot and which is in the secondary.
I'm not trying to create a dual-boot system, I just have the Windows drive there temporarily so I can run HDTune and test the speed of my Linux drive...
How can I boot into Windows while the Linux drive is connected?