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MrBillPro, Feb 18, 2004 #11 FZWG Thread Starter Joined: Dec 17, 2000 Messages: 974 MrBillPro, That one is WAY beyond me!! wbrook, Aug 28, 2016, in forum: Windows XP Replies: 2 Views: 236 flavallee Aug 28, 2016 30 Sec Delay - Two Boots from HAL.DLL Error Repair bluewizard, Aug 20, 2016, in THANK YOU VERY MUCH! This way I could "play" with the "new" WinXP while keeping the WinME that I was familiar with. check over here

Proceed at your own risk. 3. and standard invasions from the internet/IP aren't going to get far with windows 2000 anyway, so I just don't bother with NTFS. WinXP WinME Win98 The WinMe may give way to some flavor of Linux soon though. That is in the FAT16 partition, of course.

about the drivers i used ,i was installing win 2k drivers and also the direct x were also 2k,i dunno why they wouldnt work ,when i tried to install the agp When you boot you will be presented with a menu to select what OS to run. Logga in Transkription Hjälp till att översätta 5 858 visningar Gillar du videoklippet?

  1. FZWG, Feb 11, 2004 #1 Sponsor
  2. Corvus Joined: Jan 5, 2001 Messages: 632 I think you will need them on the same drive for windows to see a dual boot.
  3. With one minor exception I also have a bootable drive as the pirmary slave.
  4. go in either WinNT or Win98.
  5. To setup Windows 2000 on the selected item, press ENTER.
  6. o Upgrade...
  7. Or, partition your drive so it has one partition for Windows 9X, SE, or Me (we'll call it Win 9X from now on) and enough free space (unpartitioned space) for the
  8. The caddy is the power source for the hard drive tray when it is installed.
  9. Then I use the lovely Winternals product so NT can read and write to my FAT32 partitions.
  10. The next screen examines the disk and proceeds to install Win 2K.
  11. The only problem I have run into so far is that when booting into Win2000 AS, all the WinNT 4.0 NTFS partitions cause minor errors to occur since they have not

make sure its to a different partition. using bootpart.exe didn't work). You can delete it after moving any contents inside the folder elsewhere.In a dual boot with w2k, the 98 boot files are turned into a file called C:\bootsect.dos. Database administrator?

This will produce the following message: Welcome to the Windows 2000 Setup Wizard.... Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/202834 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? If everyone followed the advice in this great book, we'd all be a lot better off. this contact form When it is in it is the C drive.

The third choice started Win Me. Many thanks to Marty for this tip. Roadgeek 5 265 visningar 36:28 1996 GEM running Windows 98 SE - Längd: 4:07. In this case you'll need a thirdparty boot manager.Then boot the Windows 2000 Setup disks and choose "R" for Repair, then "R"to use repair process, then "M" for manual repair, choose

Advertisement FZWG Thread Starter Joined: Dec 17, 2000 Messages: 974 Appreciate some assistance. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/dual-boot-2000pro-98se.202834/ Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. I have played with dual boot for some time now and have recommended to many in the microsoft.public.windowsnt newsgroup that they use FAT16 on the Primary Win9x partition. After removing 98 as an OS, you can delete that file, but it's very small.Individual program files or folders - If any program, installed both on 98 and w2k, has been

I later learnt that in a clean install, w2k starts afresh only with the its own system folders, such as C:\WINNT, C:\Documents and Settings, C:\Program Files and C:\Recycled (and some other check my blog Visningskö Kö __count__/__total__ Ta reda på varförStäng Windows 98 SE & Windows 2000 Professional Dual-Boot Duran Medine PrenumereraPrenumerantSäg upp2 9072 tn Läser in ... This will produce the following message: Welcome to the Windows 2000 Setup Wizard.... Microsoft should support all their products.

Duran Medine 6 696 visningar 2:57 Building a Windows 98 Gaming Machine | Nine - Längd: 7:01. nine 九つ 74 215 visningar 7:01 Windows 2000 running on the Dell Dimension L800r - Längd: also i tried 2000pro on a friends pc and alot of the drivers wouldnt work like direct x 7/8 for 2000 and i couldnt get his winfast drivers to work either....? No, create an account now. this content Log In or Register to post comments Rolando (not verified) on Nov 24, 1999 Thanks for this great article.

They still work, just not with all the bells and whistles Win2000 brings to the table. Win 2000 Pro could then function| as a multiboot manager.|| Thank you again for your help. All these articles seem to assume that users always install Win98 on a FAT16 partition.

Run FDISK and wipe the drive.

Go in Windows 98 DOS MODE and issue: attrib -s -h -r c:\boot.ini edit c:\boot.ini (to your flavor) when editing c:\boot.ini make sure the Windows 2000 setup line is removed. (if Site Search How to Dual-Boot Windows 9X/Me and 2000 Pro last updated: 6/10/01 Introduction. This material or parts thereof may not be copied, published, put on the Internet, rewritten, or redistributed without explicit, written permission from the author. If you already have files and folders on the partition on which you want to install Win 2K and you want to keep them you can either Convert the partition to

I have "Named" these drives so I really don't care what the letters are. Are there any| others you would be willing to recommend?|| I have in hand V-Com's Partition Commander. (Naive| questions follow.) Can a small boot partition (what| size?) formatted FAT 32 be Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Jan 4, 2005 Whoever said this article was hard or complex does not know anything. http://pseudoblog.net/dual-boot/dual-boot-os-xp-pro-98se-problems.html In my case, I use 2 GB NTFS partitions for each.

Scroll to the unpartitioned space and press the C key to create a new partition for Win 2K. 14. Staff Online Now crjdriver Moderator cwwozniak Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members

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