>> >The second disk is jumperd as prim. slave, but after a reboot en lilo
>> >I got the message "Press any key to reboot".
> I had to put an extra jumper on both disks. Now both disks have two
So your master HD has different jumper settings for master and single
disk? Some HDs doesn't have the same jumper settings for master and
single disk, but most do.
Quote:> The bios identifies them both as prim master and prim slave.
Did you change any geometry when identifying the disks in bios? That
could explain your problem. If so, you will not be able to boot on your
old disk even if you remove the new disk and rejumper the old disk for
If you are still able to boot from a single HD your BIOS might have some
feature to boot from the slave instead of the master.
Quote:> Is it possible that I have to change
> someting in LILO?
You shouldn't have to change anything in LILO on /dev/hda as both lilo is
in the MBR of hda and the kernel is on a partition on hda.
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