Yes, you just have to install each O/S on the drive you want it to be on, or create two partitons on one drive. Install the older operating system first, then install the newer one and it will create a boot menu.
If at least one operating system is Windows 2000 or XP then this will owrk. If both operating systems are 95/98/ME then you'll need to get a boot manager such as XOSL. You can also use a hardware device such as the Romtech Trios to switch between drives.
Thanks for the replys the Romteck switch would do the job but my bays are full . My bios does have the option to select hd,s but i would rather boot off a menu if possible.....Both my Hard drives have operating systems and they both work independently with my motherboard and bios...........
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