2 HDD's One With XP
For awhile it was trouble free computing with Win 7. I want dual boot. In cmos which drive would I put first, put second for this to work properly.Can anyone help or know the answer to this dual boot system problem?I think that I have Just give it a try if you are still interested.first copy the following files from your XP disks to the vista disk.NTLDR ; NTDETECT.com and boot.ini.secondlymodify the boot.ini on the Vista
It should be said that there is an entire 'read' topic on installing the recovery console to boot menu though, but thanks for that anyway. Leave it out altogether if you have not done this. When I disconnect/reconnect the different drives they boot up no problem to their relative system ie Windows 7 or XP. Either in BIOS or in Windows settings. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/268758-32-dual-boot-windows-each-individual-hard-drives
Dual Boot Windows 7 And Xp Windows 7 Installed First
I use too many words, and sometimes don't make myself clear. Running my newer main hard drive on the first mainboard IDE connection and the CD-ROM drive on the second. But if I choose Win vista I will get an error message. shiba11Apr 5, 2012, 6:37 AM pjmelect said: One problem with dual booting Windows XP and Windows 7 is that when you boot into Windows XP it will delete Windows 7 restore
- See if this works for me.
- I also tried to set up a dual boot both ways, Windows 7 first then XP, and XP first then Windows 7.
- They each have a drive with Xp installed.
- Since the XP drive wasn't connected at the time of Vista's reinstallation it doesn't know about XP, so there's no dual-boot option.
- Eon PuzzleMar 25, 2013, 12:43 AM Here are a couple of references found this evening.
- Its great.
- When all the disks are in place, click Create to create the spanned volume.Spanned volumes are a little different in every operating system, but the process is similar.
- This brings up a list of drives to boot from, ie HDD1, HDD2, SSD, DVD what ever, you select and computer boots to that drive - This DOES NOT change boot
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I don't want it to over write my 98. If you install a Windows OS and there is no other Windows install visible, the process will install an MBR and boot loader on your target drive. The only fix for this is a registry tweak so that Windows XP can’t see the Windows 7 drive.Have you considered using the virtual Windows XP on Windows 7 it is Dual Boot Two Hard Drives Windows 7 The interesting thing is that it didn't touch the Win7 boot loader even if I had not detached the drive during the XP installation.Regards,Erling Ask a new question Read More Hard
I have Recovery Console installed on my hard drive so I don't have to use the CD if needed. Installing 2 Hard Drives With Different Operating Systems Previous references to choosing the boot drive in the BIOS were referring to the BIOS boot menu. I would like to utilize the free drive with XP. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/500956/dual-boot-from-2-separate-hdds/ I am installing xp now.
Mar 3, 2002 #3 Ai Hate TS Rookie Posts: 302 or you can install WinXP in Win98. How To Dual Boot Windows 7 And Xp On Separate Hard Drives thanks Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Check by dhrwfan / March 7, 2008 7:54 AM PST In reply to: Windows Vista failing to start at dual boot Check just reboot and see for yourself.easybcd can be dowloaded from the NEO SMART Techonlogies site:http://neosmart.net/blog/2007/easybcd-17-released-up-for-download/ Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Answer to dryzone by Eugene I / January I'm trying to figure out how I can get my computer to give me the option of which hard drive/operating system to boot from.
Installing 2 Hard Drives With Different Operating Systems
Do these steps. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/dual-booting-xp-on-2-hard-drives.9371/ To fix the problem1. Dual Boot Windows 7 And Xp Windows 7 Installed First i figured that this is going to happen often so i should learn how to set up the dual boot.any help would be very welcome Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Dual Boot Separate Hard Drives by Sharon Profis 4:31 Nintendo debuts Switch price and date, Apple to buy scripted TV shows?
Here's the scenario and what worked for me: When I upgraded my homemade computer a good while back, I installed a larger hard drive and a CD burner. Merely a matter of changing where each shortcut points to by clicking "Properties" for the shortcut and changing the target from C: to D: Cool. Discussions cover Windows installation, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, service packs, and other Windows Vista-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion dual boot vista and xp two different hard drives by heteri The system cannot find the file specified.Would you like to manually load a BCD registry for Easy BCD to Manage? Dual Boot Windows 7 And 10 Two Hard Drives
It reads - WarningIf you have a RAID setup, you will need to have the XP RAID drivers on a Floppy disc available to select and load at the F6 prompt No, create an account now. I've missed it too many times and had to wait for wrong system to start up too many times) is there a way to do that?Ideally Is there something i could by heteri / September 15, 2007 10:03 PM PDT In reply to: Will install vista today I can't believe i made such a fuss.
the shop wants to charge me $80 to set up the dual boot again. How To Use Two Hard Drives In One Computer Share your voice 0 comments Tags Tech Culture Related Stories 'Deadpool' Oscars pitch hinges on unicorns, chimichangas Russian hackers are like Mexican singers at Clinton rally, says GOP lawmaker Mystery as Login now.
BUT i don't want to keep opening up my tower and unplugging and plugging stuff all the time.
Looks I have to do some copy, pasting and editing files. Yükleniyor... Once you have Windows 7 hard drive set to boot, you should be able to get into it with no problem. How To Dual Boot Windows Xp And Windows 7 (xp Installed First) Reklam Otomatik oynat Otomatik oynatma etkinleştirildiğinde, önerilen bir video otomatik olarak oynatılır.
Advertisement Storage is pretty cheap these days, and buying a new hard drive is always going to be the best way to increase your storage. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - F12 Key by Eugene I / November 9, 2009 4:27 PM PST In reply to: Thanks everyone............ Even when i put one of the SSDs last in the list in the BIOS Boot priority order!? I am now sick of whirring hard drives and have a 128GB Intel SSD on it's way.
We could do a whole set of features on each type of RAID, so we won't go into a ton of detail here, but you get the general concept: with RAID Kinda like Windows does when theres a problem and it asks you if you want to do Safe mode or install Windows normally...Sounds like a custom BIOS update? Should be relatively safe if you leave the line for "default" alone as well the first line under "operating systems". is this is correct.....???
If not you may have to install win7-32.