Please Help Me. Vista/XP Dual Boot BIG PROBLEMS
Start Win7. 2. If you add a second partition to your existing hard disk via a partitioning software package, you will be able to format it as NTFS at the same time as you The only option it gives me is a complete install. Any idea's, Aseem? http://waterjetmedia.com/please-help/please-help-major-problems.html
You can boot using the XP CD and try to use the fixmbr command in the repair process. I installed XP on the primary first and then Vista RC2 afterwards on the secondary. My windows vista and seven are working fine. Now just change the Use as: option to SWAP while keeping the type of partition as Primary and the location as Beginning. https://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/240357-please-help-me-vista-xp-dual-boot-big-problems.html
besides that i think i have IRQ probs. Any help is most welcome. Or is there another less painfull solution? EasyBCD will come in handy re-adding Ubuntu to the mix once XP/Vista are booting happily.
And stops there. Following the thread, not sure which suggestion you followed or you found some other way/combination? Vista/XP dual boot BIG PROBLEMS « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar Threads Thread Forum Dual Boot Problems with Vista and 7I have Vista installed on one hard drive and After the installation has completed your system will reboot and now it is time to finish up installing Windows XP.
Recently, I formatted my C:, and now my Vista stopped working. Now I am trying to repair the MBR but I can't find anything that works with linux or finding a program that can boot from the cdrom to repair the window If you do have enough available space on your exiting hard disk for a second partition, then you'll need to obtain a partitioning software package. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/dual-boot-vista-xp-how-to-do-it-283103/ Also, in the recovery tool, etc., when it says I am missing something, I can browse or rescan.
Reply Mike says: October 31, 2006 at 6:07 am I formated my Vista drive and now I have the Vista boot option when I start my computer but I don't have Thanks, Mark Balguren says: 6 years ago Hello, OK I will try to explain this. When I try to resume the setup it shows the boot screen and then it moves to a black screen where I am now. My old drive is failing on me as we speak and I need to grab new set of drives - I was thinking of going with XP once again, but reading
I HAVE 100GIG OF VERY IMPORTANT FOLDERS AND AUDIO FILES. I haven't tried this yet but it's the step by step install and uninstall of Vista that I've been looking for for weeks. I would like to change it back to XP. now im testing if vista still works and i have no doubt that it wont...
I wanted to get rid of ubuntu, and I deleted it like one of the sites said, and they said that Windows should start up automatically. this content Could you post the steps you did up to getting it to dual boot with VistaBootPro? I cant get the Setup to continue. by victor-bailey / February 7, 2008 6:50 AM PST I just bought a brand new Lenovo 3000 Y410 laptop.
This time, enter the partition size for Vista and press Enter. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. I re-checked your post and ... weblink Reply Long Zheng says: November 23, 2006 at 3:34 pm @djlasky: You'll still need to remove the Vista bootloader with the same instructions above.
Also a tablet PC for GPS & maps.I'm interested in being able to install XP on my next laptop, as Vista has too many problems.Reg Flag Permalink This was helpful (0)
Maybe there is some boot manager out there (for free) that I haven't found but Vista is new so we are all just learning. I used this little program and it works like a charm. I was able to fix the MBR and start up my Windows PC. You're so cool !
You might want to give Nero burner a try? Log in or Sign up English | Deutsch Tutorials Tutorial search Tags Forums Linux Commands Subscribe ISPConfig News Search Tutorials Dual-Booting Windows XP/Vista And Ubuntu 7.04 > Whitepaper: Remove the Manual From there, I tried a couple more times to boot and the same thing happened. http://waterjetmedia.com/please-help/please-help-having-network-problems.html But otherwise, you should just use the "fixmbr" method in the XP install CD through the repair environment.
Only when the copy gets damaged or lost do I use the original to make another copy. That's not really the final point. Thank you for this great Info. came up giving me other commands such as /fixMbr, /FixBoot, /ScanOS, /RebuildBcd.
The folders are $UPGRADE.~OS and $WINDOWS.~BT, and a BOOTSECT.BAK file. I have read through a ton of forums and got bits and pieces of info, such as the boot might be corrupted and to use the Vista DVD, which don't help. its not a hardware issue because my computer detects the networks and connections it just cant connect. Yet it shows no operating system to fix.
All rights reserved.Make Tech Easier is a member of the Uqnic Network. The boot loader has XP and Vista listed but not Win 7. I'll work on it and let you know what happens. If I try to do the complete system restore, it says there isn’t a driver to repair at all.
So you know what Im gonna ask now???? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - No good... The resulting DOS window seemed to indicate that vista boot loader is deleted. Experts, unite!
My System Specs OS Win 7, Win Vista, and Windows XP (Triple Boot) cr2112 View Public Profile Find More Posts by cr2112 09 Apr 2009 #10 YupYup Win 7 915 Maybe it was fixed before Vista RTM-ed. Also, it is wise to do a thorough defragmentation of your hard drive before creating the new partition.