No, you will need to first install Grub to the MBR of that drive.This is from th emessage about changing the bios order.
I just read your additional message. Can it boot without Grub being in MBR?
su grub root (hd2,0) setup (hd2) quit exit
You could use a digital camera, transfer the pic to your computer, and then upload it...Good morning Cool. I only have time for this one post then get ready for work.
I do not know how to get a shot of the BIOS screen.
Swap the drives in the boot sequence, and put WD 300 first instead of WD320. Then your C: partition will become "system" again.I entered the BIOS, & wrote down the boot order currently selected.
1. WD 320 (contains 2 partitions I & H--NO OS) (H is listed as "System")
2. WD 300 (contains 2 partitions C-Vista & F-Win 7)(C is listed as "Boot")
3. ST 316 (contains 4 partitions (3 for Linux & G for archives)