I understand how to setup grub to dual boot f/win7 on a single hard drive, however:
I have windows 7 installed on a single partition on a hard drive at the moment. I'll be buying another hard drive tomorrow which I want to have a smallish backup NTFS partition for uni, and then install Fedora on this separate hard drive. Thing is, what's the best way to dual boot them other than installing with separate bootloaders and choosing which to boot from in bios?
I've seen programs like EasyBCD, but no where on their site does it mention if it works with separate HDs. If it does, how do you set that up? Write grub to the mbr of the 2nd fedora hard drive (unplug the win7 drive during installation), and then set it up in windows 7 or...? I don't particularly like rogering about with bootloaders!
Thanks for the help!