and how can I do so, if users can do? January 7, 2010 Cam What if we wanted to use GRUB? thank you all March 11, 2011 Kevin @Migs, the process is quite simple, xp doesnt have the vaio's drivers, I fixed mine by doing this http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/72185-sata-drivers-slipstream-into-windows-xp-cd.html March 12, 2011 matt alright, The new "xp" partition needs to be blank within widows 7, before you reboot the computer with the xp disk. check over here
Usually these settings are found under the BIOS features setup, and you'll be looking for the Boot sequence setting. If you correctly configured easybcd then the following should show… First, you’ll need to right click on Computer and select Properties: Next, click Advanced System Settings Now click on the Settings My machine got Fcked. February 6, 2010 John P Hi Allen, you can restore whatever bootloader of the first operating system you installed by simply putting taht disk in and booting off it and doing http://thpc.info/dual/xp2knt/dual95onxp2k.html
After the process completes you’ll see the new Unallocated space. So sorry if this has been already asked. The EasyBCD tool doesn't work in XP, and following this process, only XP will boot right now. A note about resizing volumes and 3rd Party Disk Defragmentation Software, such as Diskeeper, etc.
As with Vista, I don't like it a lot, much prefer my old XP. Back to top #3 Leurgy Leurgy Voted most likely Members 3,831 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Collingwood, Ontario, Canada Local time:10:10 PM Posted 12 July 2013 - 07:46 AM Most Win 98 Use it if things go astray while trying to create a dual boot system. July 12, 2011 BigYin Hi Peeps.
Do you know how to get into Safe Mode? (Press [F8] at the OS selection screen when booting — that’s one of the “advanced options” that that key gives you the May 30, 2010 Michel I tried these steps with Vista boot pro. I wanted to share many of the articles with my NOT-SO-TECHIE friends on Facebook. All this means is that you have to be carefull when installing programs to change the drive letters to E.
December 24, 2010 RonB The easyBCD software would not run on XP. January 17, 2010 John P OK, have done it all, but not quite as simple and straight forward as that posted (although a good attempt). anyone can help me?? so any comments on where did i go wrong, becow i want to still install win7 and have dual boot with xp March 2, 2010 martin dear sir i have windows
No, create an account now. After the boot up on my installation i got a blue screen regarding on Hardware compatibility on XP. I'm been able to create a new partition on my HD, but when I try to install XP, the HD is not recognized, so I'm unable to go ahead with the Good luck, Shane.
December 21, 2010 Bryan1998 A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. check my blog Free So far I haven't see a mention of just restoring XP complete disk image from a TrueImage backup on the second partition and then running the software to setup dual I try for many ways, but without success.Dudes… It's keeping going well… Awesome!!!! If this is the first time you’ve seen this stop error screen, restart your computer.
To start Windows 98, just remove the Windows 95 Start-up disk, and re-start your computer To be able to use programs you have installed in Windows 95 under Windows 98, June 10, 2010 Mehul i got the problem fixed by installing .net 2.0 framework June 25, 2010 ShaveR ; ;Warning: Boot.ini is used on Windows XP and earlier operating systems. ;Warning: Wierd. this content Basically the repairs make XP not come up, but causes win 7 to come up with errors.
jonny p, Apr 28, 2007 #4 Elvandil Joined: Aug 1, 2003 Messages: 51,988 Actually, 95 may not like 512 at all. 98 and ME didn't and I had some major problems Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? July 15, 2010 Ron ‘elp, I have just bought shiny new E-machines with pre-installed Windows 7.
January 7, 2010 Energokinetic I was waiting for a post like this because i have a question, already did this 2 months ago to dual boot Windows Vista and 7 but Information: 1) I had to set my mode to IDE mode on bios otherwise it would not recognize ANY OF THE DRIVES and not load to the terms of service screen. But if we 1st install older versions of Windows then install newer version there is no probes in the boot process. Any ideas?
I had to run a system repair, just to get windows 7 to boot.. Refer to your manual if you are not sure. When, exactly, does the Blue Screen of Death appear? have a peek at these guys You need to provide SATA drivers during XP installation or go in bios change AHCI to IDE in order for XP to work on newer computers that use SATA controller.
He's been a tech blogger and journalist for the past seven years, and can be found on his about me page or Google+ Published 01/7/10 SHOW ARCHIVED READER COMMENTS (154) Comments May 18, 2010 Steve No drives appear because you need to load third party SATA drivers in order for XP to see the newer drives. A window pops up showing the drive is being queried for available space. I wrote a request here http://www.techsupportforum.com/hardware-support/driver-support/517300-dual-boot-xp-pro-windows-7-home-premium.html a couple of days ago.