I prefer to install each OS separately (only one connected HD drive at a time) and use the BIOS boot menu. The drawback is that I can not see which OS is installed on which drive (no big deal). But on the plus side, I can add or remove the drives as I see fit.
Thx guys. I am going to put one OS on each drive.. SO after I get say XP setup, unhook that drive, then install Vista, and after it is all done, re-connect the first (XP) drive?
I think that is correct, lol
that's right. On my MoBo, I use the "F11" key to call up a boot menu showing all available boot devices, yours might use a different key, or may not have the feature at all. Find out if it has it, because if it doesn't you'll have to enter the BIOS everytime you want to boot the second OS (and that would get old quickly). If that's the case, you'll be better off installing the OS with both drives connected, XP first and Vista second.