My set up is as follows...
I have an 18 gig hard drive with Windows 2000 and Windows 98 dual booting,
this drive is C:\, and is connected to my Ultra ATA66 controller.
I have a 4 gig drive with Corel Linux that is connected to the IDE
connector on the mother board. The Linux controls the MBR, as Corel's OS
loader pops up on start up, and I can select either Linux or Windows. If I
select Windows, it goes to Windows 2000 OS Loader to select between 2000 and
I want to add a new 45 Gig drive as D: to the Ultra ATA66 controller.
However, all drives connected to this controller are assigned drive letters
before the IDE connectors on the mother board are. So, if I have them all
connected, all I see are the letters 'LI' when I start up. Is there a way
to tell the MBR that the Corel's Linux OS Loader is on drive E: now?
James Ayton, Jr.