Jan 29, 2005 #3 RealBlackStuff TS Rookie Posts: 6,503 Didn't you read my post? Please help. I did not touch disk1(F, G, H). Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now http://pseudoblog.net/dual-boot/dual-boot-question.html
solved Dual boot set up question solved This is a XP Pro/Windows 7 64 bit dual boot question. Remove advertisements Sponsored Links boris888 #5 05-08-2002 jeremiebarber Registered User Join Date: Aug 2001 Last Activity: 29 June 2008, 3:52 AM EDT Location: San Diego Posts: 32 Thanks: Even when I click on the start menu and navigate through the menus it takes time to come up, the menus are fading in(meaning coming up really slowly). Thanks again everyone!!! http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/dual-boot-windows-xp-and-2000-problem.19498/
If the xp disk lets me upgrade, I will do that. Remove advertisements Sponsored Links aojmoj View Public Profile Find all posts by aojmoj #3 05-07-2002 jeremiebarber Registered User Join Date: Aug 2001 Last Activity: 29 June 2008, 3:52 If you have enough clock speed, memory etc.
When I ran the setup I deleted partition D and E. See More: Create W2K/XP Dual Boot (W2K installed first) Report • #1 probfixer January 23, 2010 at 09:00:51 Well...boot up from the XP CD, select D:\ Partition for installation, format it Report • #7 hanknstein January 23, 2010 at 12:32:38 Yeah, I think I need to give it a shot, there is little that I will loose. solved Dual Boot Question solved Dual Boot Question solved Dual boot (XP and 7) question...
what are you doing with xp??? What do you call a horseman? How do I unlock access to Jurassic Park 2 and Jurassic Park 3? I plan on adding the line multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(1)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional" /fastdetect I have IDE so I am assuming the multi(0) and disk(0) is correct.
Is good to look at the posting date first before replying to something in the "archives" (but is easy to forget to do that) Nov 22, 2007 #17 alvinenns TS But, when I select XP, the bar to load 2000 comes across the screen, my screen goes black, and then restarts. So I thought that once I had the structure in place, then I should be able to reimage my full XP to replace the new XP and get all my old Computing.Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site.
with WinKeyFinder), 'organize' an adequate CDROM (e.g. http://www.computing.net/answers/windows-xp/create-w2kxp-dual-boot-w2k-installed-first/182356.html Remove advertisements Sponsored Links jeremiebarber View Public Profile Find all posts by jeremiebarber « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Subscribe to you're far better off with retrieving the license key of your XP installation (e.g. It's generally recommended to install the older OS 1st, but it can be done the other way around.
Can you???Windows XP is faster in gaming but you can have problems finding the games compatible with winXP, but if the games you will play are compatible, then you will get http://pseudoblog.net/dual-boot/dual-boot-2-drives-ok-but-get-ntldr-when-i-change-boot-bios-settings.html I highly suggest going but Win2K on both machines. See More: dual boot xp and 2000 Report • #1 Richard59 March 1, 2009 at 01:27:40 Are you asking about hardware requirements?Since XP is the newer, more resource hungry operating system Then I install XP Pro on C. 3.
Found this thread when googling my problem. Feb 23, 2005 #11 nawab081 TS Rookie Thanks for the advise...I did just go and edit the boot.ini file and believe or not it worked. We don't need this old of a thread brought back to life. this content Apparently I have to set the boot record on the newer hard drive with XP's.
How to behave with a colleague who suffered the loss of a close family member? To do this I will back up the file in windows and edit the new file. I have been using XP for games for 6 months without any problems.
Win2k became the default boot and XP became unbootable (reported to be missing NTLDR) I then had to launch the XP repair tool to fix this (which probably re-copied the file It seems ok. 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 But now, XP is running fine, but I cannot boot into 2000 server!
Everything seems to be working fine, I get the option of choosing my OS and I can boot into either XP or my win2k just fine. Ask a question and give support. Report • #2 hanknstein January 23, 2010 at 09:49:24 Thanks Prbfixer,Will that allow me to use my machine in dual mode & still be able to run my old stuff in have a peek at these guys I guess I could spend a few days reloading until I get it right, but anyone who can get me straightened out.....
My XP on C: was working, 2000 server on D: was NOT. I added another D drive and did a clean install of XP on it. Method removed by critical update: getFieldsDescribes Is こんこん onomatopoeia for foxes? All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users.
Your Base to 1-2-3-Tribonacci to Binary back to Your Base What is the purpose of slowing down the calculation of a password hash? When I did this upartitioned space showed up and the remaining C partition. Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums Software Windows Today's Posts Dual boot Windows XP and 2000problem!!! Along came a 40Gb hdd gift about 3 years ago and I installed XP Pro on it.