Please help me fix this BSOD somehow. Dual boot is my max, not Tri or Quad Boot (but that sounds cool)! Reply Long Zheng says: September 20, 2006 at 12:00 pm @Rockdog: Your best bet is to boot into XP, format the Vista partition and use the "bootsect.exe" command I stated to I've not installed Windows 7 on a Thumbdrive / Memory Stick however, it's safe to say it's performance will be based on the quality and speed of the Thumbdrive. weblink
You could try easyBCD or if you have the installation disks, reinstall XP then reinstall 7 or Vista. Without a good 3rd party boot manager, there is a very good chance that the 1st OS will no longer be bootable if Win 7 is installed to a new partition Authenticate this comment using OpenID. It doesn't work.
In the Command (cmd.exe) Window, Type Exit to close the Command Window then Click Next in the Windows 7 Install Window 10. When I realized that, I tried the original RC2 release and it works perfect fine. When loaded, go to your C:\ drive and delete the "Win7boot.vhd" file. Luckily we've already gone down this road before in step-by-step detail, complete with pictures, so check out our previous guide to creating a new partition in Vista.
He had XP Pro SP2 32bit and Vista 64bit in a dual boot. Press Shift + F10 when the Install Windows screen appears (as shown below.) Now we're going to build a virtual hard drive (.VHD) on your physical hard drive. 4. Using the partition program of your choice simply select the drive to partition and: 1. Windows Boot Manager Default Honeywell Lyric: Which Smart Thermostat Should You Buy?
Reply Richard says: September 23, 2009 at 12:11 pm My system has three drives: one for W7, a second for Ubuntu Linux and a third for XP. I installed it, it copied the some of the files, restarted and continued with the install. Maybe try an older/newer driver? Go Here It claims cannot load ntldr I've done this vista installation three times now.
This way they will be VM's, portable and launchable inside the Windows 7 box. Change Dual Boot Order Windows 7 And Ubuntu I ran the custom install of Vista from within XP and after it rebooted I was never presented with a Bootloader screen to choose which OS to load. This tip just made my life sooooo much more pleasant :) May 14, 2008 amex Hello! http://www.istartedsomething.com/uploads/boot.zip Otherwise try running the command from within Vista 64bit. @Simon Kurash: No you are not stupid, but there is no way to uninstall Vista to restore XP.
Reply Paul says: September 21, 2006 at 3:27 am I have installed and uninstalled Vista as a dual boot successfully using these instructions for removal of the dual boot. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/259-63-dual-boot-vista-win7-help Rich Grihalva November 24, 2007 Sam T From my experience of my system of dual boot on HP machine….as system restarts, hit ESC key….it will show you a choice of which How To Set Default Os In Dual Boot As for the defrag problem try reinstalling windowsover the top of your existing installation BUT make sure you run the adaware scans before you do this to make sure they do Change Dual Boot Order Windows 10 I honestly cannot help ya with this one.
You need to do something like "bcdedit /default ##GUID of your XP install##". have a peek at these guys I have no Vista disk, and I have no way to create one. Reply Long Zheng says: September 27, 2006 at 9:25 pm AndyW: I think your boot.ini method is right. Reply Long Zheng says: September 14, 2006 at 2:01 pm @Randomskratch, are you able to boot into XP? Choose Operating System At Startup Windows 7
Get the answer touchdowntexas13May 6, 2009, 11:21 PM Thanks for all of the advice! I backup as much as possible, but just restoring all programs alone would be a huge hassle. Problem: System won't boot from CD now. http://darrenburnhill.com/dual-boot/dual-boot-question-w7-and-vista.html I will check this blog often. 🙂 Reply Jack Roberts says: September 20, 2006 at 7:51 am Hello, You guide worked perfectly for removing my XP Pro/Vista dual boot.
Is there any one to help me. If Using A Dual Or Multi Boot Configuration What Screen Appears During The Boot Sequence Quizlet It starts with Vista everytime. I mounted vista_5728.16387.060917-1430_x86fre_client-lrmcfre_en_dvd.iso to my virtual F: drive using D-tools.
Thanks again HackOr and Mrgroovy! 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. By default, it boots to Vista after 30 seconds of inactivity, selecting "Earlier version of Windows" will boot to XP. How To Change Default Os In Dual Boot Windows 8 Enter Your Email Here to Get Access for Free:Go check your email!
Now when I try to install XP i get a unknown disk error. Simply slip the Windows 7 DVD into the drive and reboot your system. The win7 Boot Manager is not removed simply by removing/formatting the Win7 Drive. this content If you have an ISO image of the Vista DVD I recommend to use a virtual drive software to emulate the DVD image, this is much faster than reading from a
It starts with Windows XP everytime. Is this correct? And then use the "fixmbr" command to fix your boot record to be compatible with XP. Reply todd says: September 15, 2006 at 8:27 am i have a new pc with a new hard drive, i installed Windows vista Beta 2, i would like to add my