Dual Boot Vista/XP On Dell Vostro 1500
The recovery disk's only options are restore point and restore your computer to its original factor form, no command prompt. First off, I am running Vista Home Premium 32. Now I am trying to repair the MBR but I can't find anything that works with linux or finding a program that can boot from the cdrom to repair the window Lara says: 6 years ago Thanks for the tip. http://tenten10.com/dual-boot/vista-xp-dual-boot.php
I formatted my OS drive many times and I'm still unable to fix the problem. What if I do not care so much about the Recovery partion? I told it to include XP on the boot menu.
If I leave the usb disk out, I get a message on booting up saying "verifying DMI pool data-a disk read error occurred. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? monster 耳機： good luck steroids pharmacy： 严格来说，每个男人 thomas： in the year of 2... 土豆網： opes that this g... 搬屋公司： 有趣的分享 interior design： good share thx steroids for sale： 有乜事要食必利痛~? 方圓： 或者其他地方不是用英文來查呢？ I opened it and see folders like Program Files and Windows, etc., but none have what the recovery wants.
And when i go to command prompt there is no C: drive and no windows version to find. You saved my life. Video kiralandığında oy verilebilir. http://forums.majorgeeks.com/index.php?threads/dual-boot-vista-xp-on-dell-vostro-1500.160352/ That is what happened to me and need assistance.
cliff claven says: 7 years ago BriDog:: I have the same problem exactly on my laptop. MY PC was an ex-dual boot xp/ubuntu. Click here to join today! Thanks PK Allochthonous, May 25, 2008 #1 akhilles First Sergeant 1 - Not sure.
but i deleted the ubuntu partition, but when i restart computer it is only showing error:no such partition. But, on the next reboot I ALWAYS have the same problem. Viktor says: 5 years ago I had a problem - no bootable device found insert boot disk and press any key. Steve says: 3 years ago I have tried these commands but I get the response, "the device is not ready".
tony007 says: 7 years ago The only command that worked was bootrec.exe all the rest I got is not recognised as an internal or external command TheKrimzonGhost says: 7 years ago useful reference gil sadohgh says: 6 years ago Thanks for the tip. :) You saved my life. Solution for the masses who don't have a disc to repair them, and don't want to spend hundreds acquiring one: SuperGRUB or EasyBCD based on ISO image. shanman says: 5 years ago this worked great.
I have a windows 2k disk and an xp disk. Please help me !! Oturum aç 32.583 görüntüleme Bu videoyu beğendiniz mi? my review here No need for fixboot.
Installing XP on a SATA drive I have tried most of these and just recently imaged and then resored Vista to a blank drive with Clonezilla. so I reinstalled vista.. It won't let me recover, etc.
I have windows xp cd loaded I push any key and it remains the same..
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 I can't run recovery, either? This advice worked perfectly. It should notice the XP on the other drive and let me include it on the bootup list.
Install XP 1st & Vista last. 4 - No idea about MediaDirect. Oturum aç Yükleniyor... Normally this would not be a problem but the E drive is just a partitioned drive that is used for storage. get redirected here Sethupathii says: 4 years ago Helloo..
Isn't Windows beautiful? There it repeats "Windows failed to start" 0xc0000098 and "[…] does not containa valid OS entry".