Mutiple instances of OSX

#1
Hi,

I was wondering if some can help me. I am a bit lost. I have very sucessful muti-boot system running thaks easyBCD.

I have

1. VISTA Home
2. VISTA ULTIMATE - Video editing
3. MACOS X

I have 2 disd drives disk0 and disk1 bothe SATA

My MACOS is now nearly so procured a new 1TB SATA drive. I created for 4 partitions on the drive, second partition being for HFS. I used OSX to do a drive copy from disk0 partion1 to disk 2 (new drive) partition 2.

Now how I get easyBCD to boot macos from disk2 partition 2 ????
or is OSX bootloader issue???
 
#3
That explains it - how does it know which one?

Say I have 2 instances of Macos installed say 10.5.6 and 10.5.7.
How can you point it to the one you want?
 

Terry60

Knows where his towel is.
Staff member
#4
You can point to either one, but if you try to add the 2nd, it just replaces the 1st I think.
 

mqudsi

Mostly Harmless
Staff member
#5
With EasyBCD 2.0, at boot time you can key in a number from 80-90 representing the disk you want to load OS X to after selecting the OS X entry (provided it was installed with the EFI option). This lets you boot into multiple copies of OS X on different disks on the same PC.