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Reply Basser8616 says: November 21, 2006 at 2:38 pm I just want you to know that your the man. Try it this is the better way. WOOT FOR WARRANTY! 😛 Reply John Petrello says: September 17, 2006 at 2:11 pm Sorry for the double post, but I opened the zip you gave me and opened the bootsect.exe Apparrently you need XP on first then put Win7 on. Visit Website

If you’re hesitant to try out Beta software, EasyBCD 1.7.2 is also free and will still work as well. In this moment I UbuntuCommunityAsk!DeveloperDesignDiscourseHardwareInsightsJujuShopMore â€șAppsHelpForumLaunchpadMAASCanonical current community chat Ask Ubuntu Ask Ubuntu Meta your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Thanks in advance! Since, they suggest that you install XP before Windows 7 on a dual boot machine I installed virtual 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 I don't have any idea how I would "slipstream" the drivers, as you mention. Upgrade version according to Microsoft: In order to install the upgrade version of Windows 7, you must have a qualifying Windows operating system installed and activated.  You cannot install an upgrade B) The older version should be installed first.

  1. select the boot drive at bootup.
  2. It is not recommended, though, since it is more work and you can hit some snags, which can be solved, but with some additional efforts.I would also recommend using a virtual
  3. I think it'd be safer to replace XP64 with Vista.
  4. The problem is that Win 7 creates a "System Reserved" partition of 10 MB.
  5. So try running that command whilst you're in Vista x64, which I presume will not work.
  6. You might want to rename the Volume label something else like “XP Partition” so it’s easier to identify when installing XP.
  7. It is true that if you install XP first, then Win7, the install process is easier(at least the boot loader part).
  8. The new "xp" partition needs to be blank within widows 7, before you reboot the computer with the xp disk.
  9. Reply Long Zheng says: September 16, 2006 at 1:16 pm @DB: That's a pretty complex setup.
  10. Appear a black screen, saying something like: "Error Disk, Press Ctrl+alt+Del to restart", also appears like some strangers letters or numbers.

I hear many people have damaged good hard disks as a result of saying ‘yes'. Only the default (latest) OS is available on the computer. From here, you can use "fixmbr" command to fix the boot loader back to XP. as long as i had windows in the drive (CD) the windows would start if i took my winxp CD out it wound boot anymore id get my error… even tho

I know how to repair the bootcfg from the repair option in the XP CD. According to the link: "One legacy entry. This way, you make sure that boot.ini has all correct pointers that help NTLDR locate the system files to load the OS you want to use. FYI My current boot.ini on my C: drive looks like this: ; ;Warning: Boot.ini is used on Windows XP and earlier operating systems. ;Warning: Use BCDEDIT.exe to modify Windows Vista boot

my PC won't do much of anything. All rights reserved. In this example we’re freeing up 40GB of space. I keep getting a blueï»ż Screen of wont let me ad Xp.

Reply Long Zheng says: September 28, 2006 at 10:15 am You can safely remove the BAK files and $Windows.~BT folder. Error stoped instll to protect computer from damage. HALP! December 20, 2010 Mark Hi All, My question maybe simple but probably difficult.

Do I first have to do an XP install and then run the TrueImage restore, or just restore the TrueImage backup. her latest blog It appears that Vista modified the boot.ini to state that ‘Vista doesn't use boot.ini anymore', but left it at that. If not, you have to be able to boot into Win7 before EasyBCD can be installed and executed. My XP works fine.

Hello PakSpinWin, welcome to Seven Forums! Short answer for blue screening when trying to install Win XP on computers with SATA controller due no SATA drivers for that specific SATA controller on Win XP CD. Windows 7: dual boot Windows 7 64 bit with (pre installed) Xp 32 bit 18 Jul 2011 #1 PakSpinWin Windows Xp professional 32 bit 7 posts dual boot hop over to this website Now Windows xp won't boot, I get the "hal.dll missing or corrupted".

Try to ‘take permission' for those folders before deleting it. Anybody, dont leave this question if u know the answer. Reply Jwymon says: September 10, 2006 at 6:28 am Hi, I need help as to how I should partition my drive.

When you get to the Format Partition section, NTFS is selected by default as the file system and you can leave that as is.

I did it but I couldn't format the drive C:? Add it and save. The installation started normally but in the FINAL step (Finalizing installation) when system restarts to perform configuration etc, but instead of that i got message "Failed to install windows and rolling Report • Related Solutions› [Solved] Anyone tried cloning WinXP into a dual-boot harddisk › Windows XP Dual Boot Entries (BOOT.ini) › [Solved] How to delete win x p to install 98se

BTW, i put my XP disc in while computer it booting up and it ignors it completly July 10, 2010 Ben-JA-Min BTW, HELP please. Goto sata operation… 3. Can a contrast be implied without using けど for example? click Does this suggest the RC1 installation is blocking my access to the bulk of this drive.

Kinda sucks when most machines don't come with floppies anymore. 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). Reply Long Zheng says: August 27, 2006 at 9:36 pm Your instructions worked perfectly. All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users.

I would like to change it back to XP. Hit f2/f8 (or something similar) during boot… 2. I am running windows 7 home basic 64 bit and am wondering if I can install windows xp?


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