what do you thinnk about it ? If anyone can advise this would be great. Thanks Mark December 18, 2010 Giulio Hey everything worked fine for me, I can dual boot but I only have 1 problem on xp how to set up wifi? Conclusion If you want to set a default OS on your dual boot system, check out The Geek’s tutorial on how to set it up. http://gsdclb.org/trying-to/trying-to-install.php
John September 29, 2010 Chuck John, Thanks for the response. Pls this is urgent. I run the easy bcd, and restore the bootloader but nothing happen, the boot process still does not give any dua boot alternative. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and
Make sure you have enough space on your hard drive for files you’ll be adding to each. Now Windows xp won't boot, I get the "hal.dll missing or corrupted". Goodluck all. none of the partition software I have tried seems to detect them, it's just like now I have a 50GB disk and nothing else.
My problem is too boot the CD/DVD XP Installer not at all, so even I can make some steps of the XP instalation, but always appears to me a message when Now enter the amount of space you want to shrink the volume. Please help me. I can now only boot to Windows 7 now.
Loading... Remember that is the same machine that I made dualboot (WINDOWS XP e WINDOWS 7), but even this I changed the IP address for silly reasons… just to do not have Please try again now or at a later time. This is so slow it's almost useless..
really need to install XP to help older things to run. The closest to a solution seems to be EASEUS Partition Master; which at least it seems to detect most of the files from the lost partitions. I do not have a setup disc for W 7. Any suggestions?
can give you downlaod link Mail me Oliver Hi, i have tried these steps but i have a sata hdd and the 98 se floppy will not recognise it cyrus this http://gsdclb.org/trying-to/trying-to-install-propad-6.php Run CHKDSK /F to check for hard drive corruption, and then restart your computer. But if I use the dual boot to go to XP, no luck. I had difficulties trying to install XP from the original disks I had.
I have multi-booted XP Pro 32/64 bit for the past X many years, and have managed to install Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit, but not working with the new alignment. Try it this is the better way. January 8, 2010 Roi @Energokinetic Yeah if you are sure you do not need anything off your Vista partition, you can just right click it and delete it. http://gsdclb.org/trying-to/trying-to-install-w2k.php Working...
November 13, 2010 nsikub I think this process depends on what version of Windows 7 you're using. once it rebooted it prompted press any key to boot from cd or dvd. When it is in the Windows 7 I just joint to the WORKGROUP with a password showed in my display when I ask for it.
Requirements: Windows 98SE Boot Diskette w/smartdrv.exe Windows XP saved to hard drive (You need to have a separate FAT32 partition where XP install files are saved.) Use the following steps to After getting the bootloader back you should see both XP and Windows 7 as options in the Windows Boot Manager. I installed Windows XP SP3 and when i install EasyBCD the executable gives an error. no os choices menu.
I asked on the forums before but i didn't receive a clear answer. I swear I can, most important you can! If the partition you created was already formatted as NTFS you can leave it, or you can choose the FAT file system if you want. have a peek at these guys If this screen appears again, follow these steps: Check for viruses on your computer.
Sign in Transcript Statistics Add translations 71 views 0 Like this video? I try for many ways, but without success.Dudes… It's keeping going well… Awesome!!!! I have read a years worth of frustration in these posts and will now do some serious consideration before proceeding. Besides, he can't hold every idiots hand through this process.
because i read other tuts and they advice to do that . Problem I have been having with that though is XP looks for the driver on drive A only. and i was thinkin how can i install it on my c drive….i got the windows files on d drive…coz 98 start up in dos is not recognizing the ntfs file Local time:05:54 PM Posted 13 November 2015 - 06:00 AM When i put the windows xp disk to the cd-rom to boot, the problem is that the "press any key to