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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

So I can't look into the Linux drive from XP. Now it is showing the entire 250GB as unallocated. Windows 2000 has diskprobe, still not accessible. Anyone?

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".