Step 3: Create a new partition You can leave the other settings as is, but a descriptive Volume Label will help you identify your new partition. That could be the solution to your problem. My goal is to run a Win7/Win7 dual boot system with one installation for day to day operations (MAIN) and then second installation strictly for gaming (GAMER). When you install Windows Vista and log in, it will see itself as being installed on "C:" and Windows XP on another partition. http://midsolutions.org/windows-xp/dual-boot-windows-xp-and-linux-mint-17.html
This loads Vista's Computer Management tool. There you go, no silly drive letters, and you're free to call the drive whatever you wish. reply July 24, 2007 - 9:56am — Anonymous (not verified) It doesn't seem to work in It doesn't seem to work in my case On my primary parirtion I have Vista The XP operating system itself requires only about 1.5GB, but you'll probably want to allocate additional space for applications and data. (You can still use the Vista partition to store data check my blog
problem solved. ;-)Or better yet, install Linux on the worstation side... After a reboot, I hit the terminal BOOTMGR not found message. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. reply September 22, 2008 - 7:18pm — Sean Breedveld (not verified) xp and vista both as C: when you boot either If you install xp in the system on one hard
I installed in on the first one fine. It takes less time to do it, right? Now, click the Change button; in the resulting window, click the drive-letter pull-down, and choose the desired letter for the optical drive. From the list of available tools, double-click on Computer Management.
Is it normal or is there any I... I only want Vista on here. So I want: When I am in XP: c: XP drive d: my data z: VISTA drive When I am in VISTA: c: Vista-drive d: my date z: XP-drive Is this http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/160179-dual-boot-w7-linux-drive-letter-problem.html No problem—run both.
Get the answer ZoronJan 2, 2009, 6:01 AM Dual-boot XP and Vista... then install vista on a different hard drive, you should be able to reconnect your hard drive with xp on it and depending on which drive you choose to boot from How to change a drive letter in Windows XP The procedure is identical to the one for Windows Vista. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Windows XP (x2) dual boot drive letter confusion This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our
Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... This is my boot ini. [boot loader]timeout=30default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)windows[operating systems]multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)windows="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /fastdetectmulti(0)disk(0)rdisk(1)partition(1)windows="Microsoft Windows XP Professional 2" /fastdetectI'm hoping someone here has overcome this problem and can help me out. Continue to steps 4-5 > Article Tools: | Print Research by Category Desktops Laptops Tablets & E-Readers Printers PC Components Research By Brand Samsung Apple Dell Hewlett-Packard Lenovo Connect With Us This should get you booting to both operating systems again.I'm going to move this thread to the Vista Chat & Support Forum as it does not discuss a problem with VistaBootPRO.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? check over here I'm using Vista, though, so I'm not sure if partitions can be named in XP in the same way. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Game Over!!!!!!!!ASUS Maximus V Gene MBWindows 8 X64; Windows 7 X64; Windows 7 X86Intel I5-3570K16GB Corsair Vengeance RameVGA GeForce GTX 550 TICorsair GS700 PS1TB Seagate SATA 6.0Gb HDThermaltake Case yeshuas Profile
This should get you booting to both operating systems again. Join our site today to ask your question. My System Specs Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Lenovo G580 20150 OS Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64 bit CPU Intel Core i3-3110M Ivy Bridge Motherboard Lenovo INVALID U3E1 (Ivy Bridge) his comment is here C: is XP and D: is Vista.
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I used MS Office XPs save my settings wizard to keep all my tweaks, add-ins, and email .pst file links when switching to a Vista machine from XP. then you never have to worry about malware again.I find it extremely usual that you have to reload so often. Am I missing something? Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page...
If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). E:\Windows? - it should be D: I had changed it to D: using the disk management utility.Could this be the conflict? moper moper, May 16, 2010 #4 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. weblink E:\Windows2.
I formatted drive C: and installed a clean instance of Vista on partition C:. select the hidden flag. rather than letting either XP's or any other bootloader to make the choice for you. Discussions cover Windows 2003 Server, Windows installation, adding and removing programs, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, and other OS-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Windows XP (x2) dual boot drive letter
My System Specs Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Lenovo G580 20150 OS Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64 bit CPU Intel Core i3-3110M Ivy Bridge Motherboard Lenovo INVALID U3E1 (Ivy Bridge) In XP it shows the OS on drive I: Drive letters E thru H are taken by USB ports.