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Any explanation?Thanks, Eldad RE: Can't boot after Ghost clone firewolfrl (TechnicalUser) 20 Jan 03 22:15 what you are hanging up at is the windows xp license verification on the hardware. You use ?to setup win xp?4) It will then inform you that there is an existing window on it. Dave, I think you are correct in that if you don't hide one OS from the other then the booting OS is still C: drive, So for example if Win7 is Connect (short) both positive and negative terminal of the battery slot on motherboard and power on the PC. weblink

Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. And vice versa. I think WINME does too. I can't read the number on the blue screen since the computer restarts straight away.

Those all give excellent advise. Thanks Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) Register to remove ads #2 Budapest Budapest Bleepin' Cynic Moderator 23,517 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:03:19 AM Posted 11 There is only one MBR on each HD. Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework.

But older machines you have too do it on your own. Once it is done, restarting itself I then insert the bootable drivers disk for their system peripherals. There are still a few venders that have Power Quest 7, as I purchased another copy a few weeks ago off of the web.Submitted by: James S.*************************************************************************** Answer: My Procedure is The software that I mentioned a post or two ago works FLAWLESSLY like thatffresh evonguggFeb 7, 2009, 1:21 AM Sometimes Ghost gets confused when there are multiple SATA controllers.I have to

Submitted by: Brenton H. *************************************************************************** Answer: Ricardo R.I have found the best way to resolve problems with WindowsXP installations is to return the hard drive to the state it was in Unplug all USB devices like printers, scanners and palm pilots. I prefer to use something like Norton Ghost to make a disk image of this state. For the FAT32 partition....

Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: 2/25/05 How to reformat your hard drive This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. It will select (1) install a primary partition you must press the right key (enter) then it will do it on its own. Back to top Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Back to Windows XP Home and Professional 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply But it will only install the items that came with the computer.

fraser1 Contributor4 Reg: 09-Dec-2010 Posts: 14 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Unable to dual boot from Windows XP after restoring Ghost image Posted: 14-Dec-2010 | 5:37AM • Permalink The HD2 flop71 Contributor4 Reg: 26-Apr-2010 Posts: 15 Solutions: 1 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Re: Unable to restore a backup using Ghost 15 Posted: 30-Apr-2010 | 6:12AM • Permalink Hi Brian, I did as The one time I tried to clone my OS with it, here was the result (from my permanent notes):02/28/07NOTE: On this date, tried to do a Norton Ghost 2003 clone of I booted to a WinPE CD.

Generated Mon, 16 Jan 2017 19:19:41 GMT by s_wx1077 (squid/3.5.23) I agree thats the easy part, the hal can be replaced from windows 7.  Then if the BIOS has a ATA or comapatibility setting the system could be booted into XP Dave DStain Norton Fighter25 Reg: 26-Aug-2010 Posts: 1,900 Solutions: 41 Kudos: 119 Kudos1 Stats Re: Unable to dual boot from Windows XP after restoring Ghost image Posted: 10-Dec-2010 | 5:47AM • Once again, thanks for all the advice and assistance.

But that is a weekends work in itself Regards Jonathan Brian_K Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 19-Apr-2009 Posts: 5,849 Solutions: 123 Kudos: 665 Kudos0 Re: Unable to restore a backup using Ghost fraser1 Contributor4 Reg: 09-Dec-2010 Posts: 14 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Unable to dual boot from Windows XP after restoring Ghost image Posted: 09-Dec-2010 | 1:37PM • 32 Replies • Permalink If you have several internal cards that you added after you purchased the computer, you may need to remove these as well. 3. check over here What I want is to restore a Ghost image of Windows 7 on the C: drive and restore a image of XP on the D: drive.

Then restore the WinXP image, install SATA drivers into the non booting OS and change the HAL. Many avid computer users plan a complete restore once every year or two just to keep things running smoothly. Win98 boot disk also has the format command so that you may reformat your hard drive.Pop in the boot disk and restart your computer, (making sure the first boot device is

If that's the case you're going to need a different boot environment on the 2 drives a simple clone isn't going to work.You might like to check out tech support for

Custom built by meSubmitted by: Skip R. You have a couple problems here. After having tried almost everything, I was at the point of giving up when -- POW! There is a lot more that can be done than just reformatting.

I keep mine backed up on an external disk drive. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Downloading SP2 to CD by tday / March 12, 2005 3:49 AM PST In reply to: Slipstreaming service pack 2 to a new It's biggest drawback is that it lacks some features and flexibility that other programs use as selling points. I deleted halacpi.dll.

In that folder both hal.dll and halacpi were present. Still not sure what was wrong with XP or how EasyBCD fixed it. Right click on your hard drive and you will see Format in the drop down list. You can download one at

B. Register now! hal.dll was 132 kb and halacpi.dll was 80 kb. Wayland Computershttp://www.waylandcomputers.comSubmitted by: Dana H.

So I know I have other places to be I opt to delete the existing partitions by following the instructions given, and allowing XP to do it all for me within The main reasons are usually a different hal or different hard drive controller.  It would be helpful if you could read the blue screen and see if it says 00000007B. you lost or changed some settings (from original) and xp cannot verify its license. I did a test last night where i changed the boot sector of an XP system partition to Windows 7. (I made it an NT60 boot sector) XP would not boot

Sometimes I'm a little slow. Replies are locked for this thread. Once the installation procedure is complete, follow these steps to restore the Wpa.dbl file:1. And why did you set it up with the operating systems in logical drives instead of primaries?

After researching this debacle on Google, the solution was to use a Floppy Boot Disk and boot into DOS. Your method is a lot simpler to describe than mine.


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