When you clone a disk, the source disk is not changed, only the destination. If you have extra files in that folder, we can remove them later. Edit the boot.ini file and check the entry for NT is correct, for example for an IDE disk the entry should look something like multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\winnt="Windows NT workstation" Check that disk and Well thanks for your input.Still hoping someone out there has figured this one out... check over here
If so, you should be able to run EasyBCD. How much does it cost the airline if an aircraft misses its take-off slot? Simple twin prime finder Find the Maximal Prime Powers Tips for golfing in SmileBASIC sc_reduce32 ... Also just in case. imp source
If so I'd like your recommendation on which letter to use. Personally I would use EasyBCD, which is free, and easy! #2 Elmer, Sep 14, 2011 deepmojoman New MemberJoined:Sep 14, 2011Messages:46Likes Received:0 Thanks for trying, Elmer but, as I said, I did If I choose Win7 then it goes there just fine. hope this helps ben Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Jun 17, 2005 To P.Dubbelman: If you are having inconsistant errors that temporarily go away
Partitions that i have:'= System Reserved Main (Windows 7) Secondary (Windows XP x64) Here's the contents of my BOOT.INI: [boot loader] timeout=30 default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(3)\WINDOWS [operating systems] multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(3)\WINDOWS="Windows XP Professional x64 Edition" /fastdetect i have windows xp 32 bit pre-installed (in C drive), I was trying to install DUAL BOOT xp with Windows 7 (in D drive NTFS) using ISO image file of Windows Recently, I had a series on infections damage my XP installation irrepairably and it is now time to move everything over to 7. Important NOTE: Using virtual dvd rom, i mounted and install Windows 7 "32 bit" all right!!!
Windows 7: Dual Boot Installation with Windows 7 and XP Page 1 of 223 1 2311101 > Last » Dual Boot Installation with Windows 7 and XP How to Setup a I am fairly certain you do not want it that way, so check for the boot folder (hidden-system) to see where the Windows 7 boot files are. #9 Saltgrass, Sep 15, C: ATTRIB -H C:\boot.ini C: ATTRIB -S C:\boot.ini C: ATTRIB -R C:\boot.ini C: DEL boot.ini C: BOOTCFG /Rebuild C: CHKDSK /R /F C: FIXBOOT share|improve this answer answered Jan 22 '11 http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/8057-dual-boot-installation-windows-7-xp.html http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000627.htm im currently at school and i found this link so i cant try it all for myself yet, but nevertheless it clearly provides several ideas Log In or Register to
Any insights would be DEEPLY appreciated! #1 deepmojoman, Sep 14, 2011 Elmer Extraordinary MemberJoined:Mar 5, 2010Messages:3,873Likes Received:284 Hi deepmojoman and Welcome to The Forum. Why am I getting an error "The RAID set for database
This type of repair will reconfigure your system for a Windows 7 boot. check my blog Log In or Register to post comments Qerse on Dec 17, 2013 For error "Ntoskrnl.exe is missing", Windows Boot Genius from http://download.cnet.com/Windows-Boot-Genius/3000-2094_4-75827488.html will help us fix problem easily! Thanks, Kevin [email protected] Log In or Register to post comments Robin Bankhead (not verified) on Apr 15, 2004 Thanks for the info. But when I was on Win 7 ,XP was on drive D .
Having one active on a drive that is not primary, is not a problem, but can be if you are installing and OS. My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Latitude D830 OS Win 7 7100 CPU Centrino Duo 2.2 ghz Memory 2 gb Kingism View Public Profile Find More Posts by Kingism 04 May The qualifying Windows operating system must have a genuine license (product key) and it must be activated. 3. this content Bliss (not verified) on Oct 7, 2002 This was exactly what I needed.
Heck, I was proud of myself for figuring out how to install this new video card I got last week (It took me over an hour... During installation DiskDruid (Red Hats disk configuration utility) may create a primary partition (depending on disk configuration) and although the extended NT partition was there first (and at the beginning of If I choose Win7 then it goes there just fine.
Rename entries, set default boot target, change BCD timeout, hide the boot menu, and more! Log In or Register to post comments Leo (not verified) on Jun 11, 2004 All of the comments about this problem refer to NT or 2000. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Fill out this form to post your comments with this article.
I am NOT interested in having my OS and Data on the same HD, even if it were in a separate partition (at least in a permanent sense). Please try the request again. I get the error "NTOSKRNL.EXE missing or corrupt" on bootup. have a peek at these guys You say after this repair then "use EasyBCG=D to set up the XP boot", but I have yet to be able to get EasyBCD to operate in XP, and I have
Just wish this was made sooner, the one that I used wasn't as clear as yours. So this is sounding pretty much like somehow, and for some reason, my system is incorrectly treating this disk as some sort of rogue System Disk, right? Log In or Register to post comments sarosh (not verified) on Nov 12, 2003 i no we need to extract that file in xp but the quesiton is how to do Once complete, I would use the Disk Management tool (in Control Panel/Admin Tools/Computer Management/Disk Management) to expand the c: partition to whatever size you want.
Any suggestions? Then it boots fine for a while. So after going through all the possible solutions, I finally ran through my recovery CDs. It seems my attachment does not show the XP entry.
And then somehow transfer only PART of the "saved/cloned" original 300GB back to the NEW "clean" installed OS on the orginal 300GB HD and then I could get my software programs Then add the secondary internal drive and then reinstall your apps.No cloning will be necessary. Access Denied." #10 deepmojoman, Sep 15, 2011 Saltgrass Excellent Member Microsoft Community ContributorJoined:Oct 16, 2009Messages:15,157Likes Received:393 In XP, you probably not need to look for hidden files since XP doesn't know its real easy and easy to reverse.
Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. If this happens, then you will just need to add a drive letter to the OS (ex: Vista or XP) partition in Windows 7 Disk Management for it to show up Windows 7 should not be in the boot.ini...it is not used.