Internal HDD

Hello,
I have two 250 Sata hdd with 3 OS in total. Let us use Sata A & Sata B to differentiate between the two hdd. Sata A has windows 7 OS. Sata B is running both windows 7 & windows Xp OS. So my question is can i have the opition of running between the three OS when i boot up?
Because i've been unable to do so thus far when i boot up with both hdd. It only allows me to boot from one hdd at a time. Many Thanks in advance....
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  1. Yes you can have that option. I would set the bios to boot from SATA B, which should then give you a boot manager screen for Windows 7 or Windows XP. If you want to boot from SATA A just hit the one time boot mode key (F12 for Gigabyte) then select the SATA A drive.

    Here are some helpful tutorials on dual booting: http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/8057-dual-boot-installation-windows-7-xp.html
  2. There is a progrma called EasyBCD.

    I don't know if you can set it up for Tri-Boot, to 2 different disks, but I think so.

    You'll tell the progam where the MBR are, and what to name the versions, and which drive is the primary boot drive. Once all set up, you'll get a screen on boot up to choose which version you want to boot to.

    Do some research (google) on "Dual Boot" and "EasyBCD."
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