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Basically, you use the cd to boot, mount the partition(s) you need to work on, then use the 'chroot' command, which allows you to pretend you booted your dead system. Looking to get things done in web development?

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OS X runs pretty well on the NC10, but there are a number of hacks to get it functional, not to mention the fact that many features are not 100%. My approach is to install only the applications that I need on each OS. All posts copyright their original authors. And apparently the NC10 is one of the relatively well-supported Hackintosh netbooks!

Advertisement Advertisement Windows Exchange Server SharePoint Virtualization Cloud Systems Management Site Features Contact Us Awards Community Sponsors Media Center RSS Sitemap Site Archive View Mobile Site Penton Privacy Policy Terms And install OS.7. Moreover, unless you use a third-party product such as PowerQuest's PartitionMagic to gain more flexibility in switching among partitions of various formats, the C drive's partition needs to be FAT16 or Triple booting is certainly possible (e.g., I've had a triple-boot system running Win2K, NT 4.0, and Win98), and quadruple booting would probably work as well. check my blog

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I buy mac laptops because the hardware is very nice. i want to insrall 98 on the other. previous incarnations of Windows would set the partion where Boot manager was installed as "not bootable". Log In or Register to post comments Mark Minasi (not verified) on May 8, 2001 The magazine archives all its content (September 1995 to the present) on its Web site at

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You can use Device Manager to change the default and to reduce the delay to 5 seconds or whatever you feel comfy with. Windows 2000's (Win2K's) Recovery Console (RC) includes a useful tool--­ the Fixboot command--­that helped me solve my dual-booting problem. No grub, no Windows boot, nothing. OK--­ my Win98 partition is now unbootable, but that is another (and less important) matter.

At the moment, we have PCs that dual boot Windows 95 and Windows 3.11. (You can pick yourself up off the floor--­people do still use Windows 3.11.) In the next few I'll let you know... Ruley (not verified) on May 16, 2000 Aha! throughout all these years @[email protected];; <3)I'll be giving out 2 three-month-subscriptions, and 3 one-month subscriptions.This event is for followers only, as a thank-you lots for sti Good Times

I think Microsoft's belief is wrong. website here The usual reason is "because there are no Linux versions of the apps I want to run."posted by Chocolate Pickle at 10:25 PM on April 11, 2009 I've installed it on Or is this a road to disaster? ;-))) 1) Now I have a clear picture of win2K environment. Go into the OS boot loader and there you will see If You Have a OneDrive Account... Launa in Feed-a-FurryHey!Do you like Launa?

Log In or Register to post comments Gypsy (not verified) on Jul 19, 2000 Has anyone tried duo-booting W98 and W2K SERVER? Also, decline the option to convert the partition to NTFS; Win98 can't read or write to NTFS partitions. for this article. try this Virtualization is not going to be an option for me because from past experience, the programs are either memory hogs and their support is full of assholes that have no patience

Log In or Register to post comments Darron Broadhurst (not verified) on Aug 2, 2000 I work in the support department of a security company, and our applications have been written I believe that your thought about lack of w2k support is right on the money. I wonder if you tested this scenario.

I've also given up trying to go through the hacks that apparently allow you to use the default wireless card that comes with the NC10 with Mac OS X; it works

My C:\ is in one 31 BG FAT32 formatted. My question is...can this machine, when started, boot straight into terminal server without having to logon to the network? Nothing it can not be fixed. Your cache administrator is webmaster.

It's different, obviously, because most of the hardware is swappable, however, the machine I worked with was largely stock. I purchased a copy of PartitionMagic, and I want to set up a dual-boot (Win2K Professional and Windows 98) system on my small home-office computer network. It worked fine! Go into Windows, turn off fast startup.4.

I quickly tried the old DOS trick--­fdisk /mbr--­ which was a long shot that didn't work. Another Question: Queue vs. Contact Us - Advertising Info - Rules - LQ Merchandise - Donations - Contributing Member - LQ Sitemap -


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