I had the new distro of Mandrake 9.2 and decided to install it on a spare HDD I have.
The HDD is slaved to my Windows HDD it runs WinMe.
When I went to install the distro, I tried to do it in windows to the spare drive, but it would not restart so I created a floppy boot disk and installed it that way to my D drive, but during the setting up prior to install it refered to deleting my "C" drive,(that was not an option) so I stopped the install and disconnected my "C" drive, and proceeded with the install, it went in very easily far easier than windows, usually I get problems with my printer and graphics card.
I was very inpressed with the speed on the internet, having had a tater of what it can do I want to use it regularly and learn as much as I can, the problem is when I reconnected my "C" drive with windows on it, it just booted straight into windows without an option to load Lynux.
Please using the KISS meathod
Can some one tell me in detail what I have to do to get it to get a dual boot, without loosing all my windows data preferably leaving the setup the way it is.