Catch is XP does not support SATA drives and you have to set another setting in the bios as : (SATA Native Mode - Enabled & SATA ACHI Mode - Disabled) I dual boot. Use this menu to select the version of Windows you want to boot. Back to top #6 JHMcG JHMcG Members 242 posts OFFLINE Local time:12:58 AM Posted 21 September 2013 - 08:46 PM Actually, you can put XP as the first partition on http://gbcmedina.com/dual-boot/win7-and-w10-dual-boot-instal-office-2010-on-both-drives-or-share.php
hazards System Restore Points - Stop XP Dual Boot Delete - Vista Forums My System Specs OS ME/XP/Vista/Win7 theog View Public Profile Find More Posts by theog 23 Jun 2011 But I do perfer this method over the software boot manager." Thank you very much for the reminding about BOOT MENU option. - The best answer indeed. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged Windows 7 would not let me install Pagemaker.
The rest of the time, I won't even turn on the noisy mechanical hard drive.To answer your question, the best way to dual boot that worked for me was to load Second one, Download EasyBCD 2.1 and install it in windows 7 . 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 Install the Second Version of Windows: Next, you'll install the second version of Windows.
You can change this preference below. Previous references to choosing the boot drive in the BIOS were referring to the BIOS boot menu. EasyBCD Documentation Installing XP After Vista (Works for Windows 7)Hope this helps.Thank You for using Windows 7 Ronnie Vernon MVP Marked as answer by Rewards Tuesday, January 12, 2010 12:11 Dual Boot Linux Windows 2 Hard Drives Was New Republic Supreme Chancellor Villecham a nod to Neville Chamberlain?
I tried to install Win7 but it did not just work. If you want more operating systems installed, just install the additional operating systems on their own separate partitions. And I keep all my data on yet another hard drive. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/168619-Dual-boot-on-separate-hard-drive Sounds like good advice.
Windows 7 or Windows XP.I do not wish to hose either drive. Dual Boot Windows 10 With Windows 7 Srinivas G May 13, 2010 at 3:35 am Hey, no probs and yup, boot into windows 7 and Install EasyBCD. I over simplified explaination. That helped me boot the non-Dell drive, and to make all necessary setting changes in Windows for RAID.
Kapat Daha fazla bilgi edinin View this message in English YouTube 'u şu dilde görüntülüyorsunuz: Türkçe. http://www.howtogeek.com/214477/how-to-dual-boot-two-or-more-versions-of-windows/ Attached Thumbnails My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit. Dual Boot Windows 7 And Xp Windows 7 Installed First I have made a link on my Win 7 desktop to PM65.exe (on the XP hard disk drive). Dual Boot Two Hard Drives Video kiralandığında oy verilebilir.
Privacy statement © 2017 Microsoft. More about the author As to best hard drives - there are lots of brands, people prefer different ones, as of recent I have Samsung (see my specs), but at the same time nowadays it I would like to have the option on startup to select either system because at the moment I have to physically swop the SATA lead from 1 disk to the other It states I need to load SATA drivers for XP. Dual Boot Two Hard Drives Windows 7
Thanks Monday, January 11, 2010 7:00 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote The thing is that for win 7 to know about XP pro you would need to Here is the link to this application. Learn more You're viewing YouTube in Turkish. check my blog Press F12 in Gegabyte...& every motherboards has its own predesigned keys to get menu BOOT MENU with choice; which give you the option to boot up with the desired drives (CD-ROM,
I regard this as an interesting experiment, and I hope it works, but if it doesn't, then I'll just wind up with some extra storage space on an extra SATA drive.I Windows 10 Dual Boot Xp When finished, install Win7 on the other drive. I'm assuming after doing this it'll boot off of Windows 7.
Either in BIOS or in Windows settings. Oturum aç Paylaş Daha fazla Bildir Videoyu bildirmeniz mi gerekiyor? Assuming both drives are NTFS, both Windows versions can read both, but there are are subtle features added in versions including Vista which make XP not like the drive. Dual Boot Software WyomingKnottApr 29, 2011, 9:04 AM RetiredChief said: Why do you have to go into Bios to change boot order.I have XP and Vista on two pair of raid0 HDDs. (also had
I did not want to change the BIOS settings. How does installed software work in such a scenario? Video 2 will cover installing Windows 7 and using the dual boot.Find more helpful videos and our Computer Repair Home Study Course at http://www.beyourownit.com Kategori Bilim ve Teknoloji Lisans Standart YouTube http://gbcmedina.com/dual-boot/dual-boot-win7-winxp-separate-drives-or-upgrade-to-win7-professional.php Internet Speed 54 Kb/ps Other Info Windows Experience Index Score: 5.9 | Processor: 7.1 | Memory: 5.9 | Graphics: 7.3 | Gaming Graphics 7.3 | Primary Hard Disk: 5.9 DeniqueCoelum View
So is that possible to still do, and if so what steps to I need to take. When you boot up, you will encounter a screen that will allow you to boot from XP or Windows. I have Windows 7 Ultimate (64 bit) ALREADY installed on a SINGLE (SATA) hard drive.2. Success!
All I have to do to choose which drive to BOOT from is go into the bios and set whichever drive I want to BOOT from as being the "PRIMARY" drive. Just got new computer with windows7 on it, want to add hard drive from old dieing computer to new one with faster mother board and processor. I can, while running Win 7, run programs which have been installed under XP on a different hard disk - or partition, it works either way, by navigating to the XP RetiredCheif,I believe all the new motherboard comes with the option of BOOT MENU option.
So, although I COULD dual boot, I actually never need to, unless I want to add another program to the XP Operating System's partition. What I hope to do is install a second internal hard disk drive and run Windows XP Home Edition from that, while running Windows 7 on the original HDD, dual boot. Oturum aç Çeviri Yazısı İstatistikler 70.619 görüntüleme 109 Bu videoyu beğendiniz mi? Forgive me if you already know this, but there is one (or no) Master Boot Record on a given hard drive.
Yükleniyor... If so, any trouble copy software/files/data from the Windows XP drive to the Windows 7 drive?