I have a SATA and an IDE disks, when I added the IDE disk, it was recognized as disk 0 and the SATA disk became disk 1. Everything works perfectly, I can change the boot order from setup so it's ok.
The specific problem is, I have MacOS installed, with the Chameleon bootloader which looks for the com.apple.Boot.plist file to know what partition from what disk to load by default. As the file is now on disk 1 instead of disk 0, Chamelon seems to not find it, so it doesn't automatically boot but instead prompts for the user to select a partition.
Would using a jumper to set the disks master/slave solve the problem? the IDE disk is in the only IDE port of my motherboard, and I don't think this is a master/slave issue.
Any clues? Thanks!