> I have set up a PC with a master HD of 40G installed with Red Hat 8.0
> and a secondary master of 10G installed with Windows 2000.
> GRUB is the bootloader, but for some reason I can' boot Windows 2000.
> I've also tried using*and this is even worse, because I can't boot
> either OS.
> The BIOS detects both HDs ok.
> Have I missed something somewhere along the line?
Yes, you have. In most cases you cannot boot an existing Windows drive
from the slave position. If you had installed Windows in that position,
and if you were careful, you might have succeeded, but not with a
pre-existing Windows installation (installed originally from the master
The easy solution is to put the Windows drive in the master position, run
Linux in the slave position (using your boot disk), and run