I have a question relating to partitioning that I hope someone can answer for me.
If I partition a HD, normally I would get a Primary and a Logical partition, in other words an OS partition and a Slave partition (for want of better words). I have no problems here.
Now, if I partition a HD into TWO 'primary" partitions, the original remaining as the C:\ drive with the existing OS there on and the 'second" primary partition created with the views of creating a dual boot system.
My question is:
1. Would this be the way to go for a dual boot after an the Windows 7 OS has already been installed prior to the partitioning?
2. How would the BIOS decide as to what OS to start-up? I believe that I would be presented with an option upon boot up, but is this an automatically created option put out by the BIOS or is there more involved, i.e.. do I have to make some sort of changes so the option is presented?