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Is it possible to have my computer recognize a hard drive with an unknow operating system on it? (I want to install it as an extra drive. I just want to explore it.) I have an IDE primary HD installed. The HD I'm trying to explore is an scsi type. I have an scsi adapter card installed that windows sees. The drivers are installed correctly. How do I get the computer to boot to my primary HD an not the scsi? The bios is set to boot to "ID00". ....How should I set the bios to ensure I boot to my original HD? I have an AmiBIOS WITH A 1400amd Athlon. Windows SE. HELP!!!!!
 

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You can probably see the SCSI drive, but if the partition if formatted in a format that your O/S doesn't recognize, you'll need special software to so much with the disk...
 
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