Simple question, I have two drives, Drive A and Drive B. I have Windows XP installed to Drive A and I want to install Ubuntu to Drive B. Is there a way to install Ubuntu to Drive B without it modifying (like updating the boot loader) to Drive A?
I want each OS to have no knowledge of the other at boot time. I know that Windows and Ubuntu will be able to see all drives on the system, etc.
@Ryan & @tj111: This a work machine so I really don't want to update Drive A in any way. I have no problem going into the BIOS and updating the boot order manually
@EvilChookie: Yes, Drive A and Drive B are physically separate hard drives (A is 100GB and B is 1TB). They are NOT partitions.