Originally posted by ShoobieRat
Yeah, you can use the utility D3LE73.exe on your Linux drive...
I know nothing about it because I try to avoid Linux when possible, but apparently GRUB will let you run Windows and Linux on the same box more easily.
If you know nothing about it, why the hell are you suggesting it?
Ineedhelp, there is no such utilty that will let you switch between the two OSes w/out a reboot. What you have to understand is that the OS and the hardware work hand in hand. Without getting into a long explanation I will tell you that what you're asking for is not possible with today's computers.