After being told that I don't know enough about linux to get sabayon to work next to windows on my NVRAID set up, I disabled the RAID setup and now have them as 2 seperate 80gig drives.
My problems is simple...
When I install sabayon on either drive, it makes Vista incapable of booting.. and unable to repair itself. I have reinstalled Vista several times, paying careful attention to where it installs and how the partitions are set. I have done the same with Sabayon using the graphical installation tool during liveCD session.
Is there not a way to have Sabayon install (ignoring the windows drive) shy of physically removing one of the drives for each of the installations?
If more information is needed, fire away... I'm a PC repair Technician and am familiar with partitioning/swapdrives...etc... not all that familiar with linux commands, although not incapable. I want Linux in dual boot, which could be managed by my motherboard (it allows you to select where to boot from during the boot process).