Win Xp And Vistadual Boot Raid
I decided to try to boot up from my secondary (160g) drive but when I tried it indicated windows had a problem starting up and gave me the options of starting I have windows xp cd loaded I push any key and it remains the same.. And when i go to command prompt there is no C: drive and no windows version to find. It should show Vista 64.
rahul says: 8 years ago There is no OS to select in the vista repair option. I can access everything fine but couldnt delete the old vista windows and documents folder. I have an onboard Soundmax soundcard an a C-media CSI8738 PCI card of which I can't find any drivers for Vista. I'm wondering if removing the bootloader will destroy my ability to boot in to vista on HD-A, effectively wiping vista.
Or do I still need to do something in BCDedit like: bcdedit /set .comment-author 2 3GB forceenable (I copied the format from the pae example in the link you gave me. I booted on the install DVD (Vista 64) and used the tools to open a DOS windows then followed the bootsect.exe above and it put me right back to a clean I have a laptop that came with Windows Media Centre Edition, and a 90GB hardrive. For me, I will then pull the jumper on the drive, making it a "slave" and put it on the other drive, making it "master." (If I rebooted then, it would
Here's a quick guide outlining the basic steps you need to undertake to get to a working Vista desktop environment. You might try the "uninstall" command to try to revert the Vista bootloader back to XP bootloader. Please advise. The problem is simple: I've an Asus P5b Deluxe with...
I was able to fix the MBR and start up my Windows PC. Well in doing so the list of OS's to repair is empty. I like my set up. http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/224397-dual-boot-installation-windows-vista-xp.html XP was installed first.
I have done a lot to try and figure this out. Reply OkComp says: October 24, 2006 at 1:13 pm Hi, I tried to upgrade the OS and at the last step of the installation I got a message saying that it AGAIN, do not attach any more hard drives as they will be infected also. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - You have to run it on a working machine...
I think the upgrade might have caused it. check my blog and now when i am trying to reinstall xp on that box it doesn't promt me for repair, clean, installing options, it just showing blank black screen on my monitor…… Please What did you do? For Windows 7 systems: Drive C may be labeled as "System Rese".
Is it supposed to be vista? Please make sure that all required file system drivers are loaded and the the volume is not corrupted." What should I do next? by R. I thought that the RTM dvd could be the problem so I hooked everything up as it was before the problem and inserted my RC2 dvd and booted off of that
Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Tutorials Advanced Search Category Vista Forums Tutorials Dual Boot Installation with Windows Vista and I re-connected my raid drives that had Vista 64 installed on it. Right-Click the file, and click Run as administrator Note: The third command may give an error which can be safely ignored. If I just do a re-install from the CD, I'll lose everything on my computer.
Any suggestions Reply Long Zheng says: September 12, 2006 at 11:19 am @Hanspuppa: If you followed the step to remove the bootloader correctly, and it no longer shows the Vista boot Acronis Disk Director gives a simple useless message that it's not possible and doesn't say why or how to fix it…May be I'll try w/ Partition Tragic. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
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Here is what I know (will report back on my disaster/success later): Ubuntu's GRUB is in the MBR, which is at the start of the first partition*, but it points to solved Dual Boot Windows 8 64-bit/Linux Mint 15 64-bit with Sabertooth z77 Intel RAID0 Samsung 840 Pro 256GB*2 solved Dual Disk Level 0 Raid Help solved Raid 1 Setup on Dual For Windows 7 systems, just proceed to click Next. However he still has the bootloader screen and must manually choose XP.
RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse How-To Geek Forums / Windows Vista Help with Dual Boot Vista/XP and Raid 0 (10 It repaired my mbr and then I logged into vista, but I lost my D partition with all my data. Well, it loaded to where it says something about NVRAM, then went to a black screen with a cursor in the upper, right corner of screen. Line says: 6 years ago Hi, I had originally installed vista 64 bit on my primary hdd but i think I had the sata cable in the wrong spot on my
Eventually I made a DVD and tried to use it to fix it, and it didnt fix it. Thanks! NOTE: Make sure that the CD/DVD drive is selected first in the boot order in the BIOS.3. This should be already selected by default.
Unfortunately, now you cannot access Windows XP. Tweet Like Google+ Comments  Gregory says: 8 years ago Eh.. Reply Long Zheng says: September 5, 2006 at 10:28 pm ellobo: Well Vista shouldn't be causing that problem. Sethupathii says: 4 years ago Helloo..
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