What is the best way of handling a C or D drive failure when a dual boot dual drive system is installed? My C drive has an original Dell installed Vista and I have installed Windows 7 on the D drive. All of 'my' data is on the E drive.
Is the boot process resilient and can it handle a failure of either drive and still manage to get to the working disk that has an operational OS? In other words, if the D drive fails will the dual boot system still manage to find Vista on the C drive. Conversely, if the C drive fails will the dual boot system be able to get to the Windows 7 on the D drive?
If not, is there a simple fix that will get the machine up and running using just the one operation OS?