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Dual-Booting Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 on NTFS Partitions Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 184299 - Windows 2000 includes several new features for the NT file system (NTFS) such as disk For example, if you're using Outlook Express, you'll find that all your mail folders, your Address Book, and configuration settings have been installed in Windows XP Professional's version of Outlook Express. However, when setting up a Windows 2000 and Windows XP dual-boot configuration, I recommend that you go one step further and keep each operating system on a separate hard disk. For example, when you install Windows XP Professional on a second hard disk, you can later specify the first hard disk as the location for the virtual memory paging file. http://pseudoblog.net/dual-boot/dual-boot-with-2000-and-98.html

Bezig... Once you complete the File and Settings Transfer Wizard on your Windows 2000 Professional installation, boot your system into Windows XP Professional. Once in EasyBCD, go to the "Bootloader Setup" page, and select "Install the Windows Vista/7 bootloader to the MBR" then "Write MBR" to get the EasyBCD bootloader back.

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In my attempt to get System Shock 2 to work on my computer, I decided to install Windows 2000 professional. I'm running XP on a 40 GB HD, I just bought a 100 GB HD. No need to treat the people who are being cautious (for the sake of the originator of the thread) as though they were retarded. Operating Systems Aug 28, 2007 Want to try Vista RC2, what can I use to setup a Dual Boot?

  1. While the technique I'll show you in this article is designed to be safe, you never know when a problem could crop up.
  2. I wanted to recover the 2000 server.
  3. Jan 29, 2005 #4 nein Banned Posts: 109 diptendub said: Hello, I tried something similar, and got into a similar mess. 1.
  4. The option of dual boot doesn't show up while booting, and control panel>system>advanced>startup and recovery: default operation system ONLY shows XP, not 2000 server.

Problems with Third-Party APM Tools on a Dual-Boot Computer Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 234744 - When you try to start Windows NT after you install Windows 2000 on your Windows NT-based If everything installed on drive D: or later thinks that it was installed on drive C:, then nothing works. - prosaicClick to expand... Ask a question and give support. Je kunt deze voorkeur hieronder wijzigen.

I want to remove the old hard drive, install Windows 2000 Pro on the new drive, then reinstall the old hard drive as a slave to the new one. How to Automate Advanced Restart Options for Dual-Boot Configurations Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 317995 - This article describes how to automate advanced restart options for dual-boot configurations. Even if you have to purchase a new hard disk, you can get your hands on a good quality 20-30 GB hard disk for under $100. http://www.thpc.info/dual/xp2knt/dual_dos32_on_xp2k-ntfs.html Im not sure why.

I'm running XP on a 40 GB HD, I just bought a 100 GB HD. Here©s how to set them up. Your drives' Letters have been simply pushed around by the editing . My guess is you uninstalled PM but didn't realize that the loader was left in place. (It would be really dumb of the software vendor to let you remove it that

I have not tried this, since I did not need to, but if anyone tries this and it works then please post. That would be nearly impossible to replace all the internal shortcuts in the operating system and even in the programs themselves. Feb 23, 2005 #8 Liquidlen TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,094 When you deleted your C:\ drive you also deleted the MBR that has to sit on the first Active partition of your Try removing your partition and boot managers from that dual boot system now, and you'll see what I mean, just as soon as you try to boot into the Windows 98

When you log back on, you'll find that Windows XP Professional now contains all the files and settings you chose to migrate from your Windows 2000 Professional installation. check my blog Also you say to 'clean up and format'. Kies je taal. Do you have a specific purpose in mind?

Once you finishing copying the files, remove Windows 2000 Professional Boot Files disk and type Exit at the command prompt. If your computer is configured to dual-boot to either Windows XP or Windows 2000, the process to boot to the other operating system can be slow. This is because EasyBCD will automatically search for NTLDR, the Windows XP bootloader, and pick the right drive for you. http://pseudoblog.net/dual-boot/dual-boot-xp-2000.html Of course since their now on the D: drive, they won't work.

Zedtom: Is there some reason that you don't want to reinstall XP or do you no just want to take the extra 3 hours to set it up again? While in win2k: Right Click My Computer, Go to properties. You can then either reformat second hard disk from within the Disk Management console or remove it.

This article describes how to restore Windows NT dual booting after you install Windows 95.

Will this work, or will I have to completely reinstall XP?Click to expand... Please help. Once in Windows XP, download and install the Microsoft .NET 2.0 Framework SP1. Cannot Dual Boot Windows 2000 on a Shared Partition Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 221061 - After you install Windows 2000 you may receive critical and non-critical error messages.

This allows you to experiment with the new operating system without disrupting your current Windows 2000 configuration. We understand what's happening. I have all my install disks in a 248 disk cd binder so everything is right there when I need it. have a peek at these guys This will not help and will make it terribly difficult to get your dual-boot working again!

Next, insert the Windows 2000 Setup Boot Disk 1 into the floppy drive and reboot your system. Already have an account? TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Think about the registry!

When you do so, you'll be logged into that drive and will see a C: prompt. I want to remove the old hard drive, install Windows 2000 Pro on the new drive, then reinstall the old hard drive as a slave to the new one. Get to a win2K command prompt, use your bootable XP CD and install the command console with it, which will again give access to your old XP PRO and an extra Fortunately, the procedure is easy: Gather four 1.44MB floppy disks and label them: Windows 2000 Setup Boot Disk 1 Windows 2000 Setup Disk 2 Windows 2000 Setup Disk 3 Windows 2000

It actually would be possible to make it work. Microsoft is in no way affiliated with, nor offers endorsement of, this site. True, I guess he could just replace all shortcuts and have them point to the correct location, or he could set the 100gb drive as a slave.Click to expand... Thanks again.

Ctr. Toevoegen aan Wil je hier later nog een keer naar kijken? If you're installing Windows XP to a SATA drive, make sure you hit F6 to load the SATA drives. ExtremeWIZkid7900 10.502 weergaven 11:14 Installing Windows 2000 on an SD Card - Duur: 12:25.

Hang in there. Uh, yeah. It gave me a headache until I rolled back XP. You'll now progress through the installation procedure until you arrive at the screen in the character-based portion of Setup that shows the existing partitions on your computer.

Install the older OS first, then install the newer OS. Jan 30, 2005 #6 Kevin16 TS Rookie Posts: 92 Long ago, I installed Win2k after XP. Of course, when I tried to boot into XP after that, it did not allow, while 2000 was fine. 3. Jan 29, 2005 #3 RealBlackStuff TS Rookie Posts: 6,503 Didn't you read my post?

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