Virtualbox and physical hard drives

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Given: host Sistema Ubuntu 10.10 and Win7 installed on separate hard disk. Sometimes I need quickly to do something in Windows, but to reboot it every time for two-minute needs quite tedious. Is it possible some way to run in VirtualBox, not creating its own separate vdmk image?

update: tip from the first comment works fine, everything is picked up and works
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. View Chapter 9.7. Advanced storage configuration manual.
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You can, but the problem may be due to boot, since it will not normally available to the second partition. At least in my experiences poor 1 the coffin a little not glued fins from this :D
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I understand that if I have one hard drive and it 2 operating system, tuned for Chapter 9.7.1.2 Access to individual physical hard disk partitions, but which key to use-partitions?
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