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I have an 80GB and a 40GB hard drive. My primary hard drive contains Windows. On the second hard drive, I want to install Fedora 15.

When the system boots, there should be a menu to select the operating system. Is this possible? Where do I install the boot loader? On the primary or the secondary hard drive?

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If you already have XP on primary then simply install Fedora on the second drive. Most Linux editions can detect Windows (or other system) and will work just fine without worries.

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I have two hard disk 80+40 GB.windows install on 80GB and i want to install fedora from second hard disk.other question where to install boot loader(primary/secondary HD). – Sameek Mishra Sep 9 '11 at 10:58
    
I don't think it's important where you'll install it. Let Fedora worry about it. – Nux Sep 9 '11 at 12:33

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