I curretlly have a system with two drives; the first /dev/sdba, contains Windows 7, and the second dev/sdb contains Fedora 17.
Originally, I had set things up so that I used EasyBCD and the Windows boot loader to dual boot, but something went wrong. I still can boot Windows that way, but when i choose to boot Fedora 17, I get put in a grub interface and I have to manually enter commands to boot. Fedora. I've tried numerous times to fix Easy BCD so that it works as it should but without success.)
I hope to use FedUp to upgrade to Fedora 19. I understand that I may have to do some work afterwards to deal with some packages, and I am willing to do that. It should still be less work than installing Fedora 19 from scratch. (that is what I've always done before.)
But I don't know what will happen to the boot loading. I would still like to boot using the Windows boot loader, but if I end up with the usual situation, booting from grub, with the initial stub being put in the MBR of dev/sda, I can live with that. (I had chosen the Easy BCD method to avoid messing with the MBR of the windows 7 disk to make it easier to upgrade Windows.)
Any comments or advice would be appreciated.