Ant Ideas? Installation & Setup Remove Vista from Vista / Win7 Dual Boot - Separate DrivesI have two drives (C and D) with Vista on one and Win 7 on the other (not Installation & Setup Dual Boot Vista/Win 7 - Can't Boot to Win 7 After Vista ReinstallActually it's a quad boot but I am sure the principle is the same. Though I suspect you can probably solve your Java issue in your native OS, there are some cases that are just better run in another machine. have a peek here
Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. When you want WIN 7 64 bit then before loading go to bios and change to AHCI driver. Since Anti/Virus programs are rightfully suspicious of bootloaders, and I have to load no extra software, I find it a good solution for me. Which option do you think will give me the least problems?
I still think VMWare Workstation is best in class, but it has a steeper price point. You can do a clean install, but not an upgrade. Look here: http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/316-compatibility-mode.html geofeltJun 6, 2010, 3:31 AM wallyinnc said: roonj, I beg to differ: it is possible to install Windows XP after having installed Windows 7.
Please try the request again. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Read answer number 7 at link. Early on, I tried a virtual xp machine, but civ did not play properly. I am dual booting and never use Vista.
I probably am over thinking it, but can EasyBCD be set up in this way? ibok 12.01.2011 06:47 Also I have to add,I have a dual boot desktop with 7x64 Ultimate and VISTA x64 Ultimate.In each partition I have Installed KIS version 556From Vista I have The_ProphecyJun 4, 2010, 9:48 AM pat said: If you don't have a XP mode compatible Windows 7, you can download VirtualPC 2007, and install with your Windows XP disk.I used this https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_install/can-i-dual-boot-32bit-and-64bit-windows-7-and-if-i/e5099d54-3d67-48c3-a77e-8a3ca1b2c994 Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC + 1 hour [ DST ] Get VirtualBox Forum powered by phpBB © phpBB Group By any
Go to Bios and if you want XP32 bit then chande AHCI driver to IDE driver. Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Can I upgrade Vista 32-bit to Windows 7 64-bit The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. You should then be able to sort out the boot problems using Startup Repair on the dvd. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - WARNING.
Partitioned the hard drive to install Vista Home Premium 32bit to create a dual boot system solely to run these two programs. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/7267-63-will-windows-dual-boot We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. You might see a compatibility report."Additional information about Multiboot from the Microsoft website:Can I have more than one operating system on my computer (multiboot)?http://tinyurl.com/yccnt22Let me know if this helps!John M.Microsoft Windows I'd suggest installing XP first: load the CD, and when it comes time to select the drive make sure to partition it as you'd like and place XP on the partion
How do you dual boot Vista 64 & XP32 DUAL BOOT UBUNTU64/WINDOWS XP32 on RAID0 Dual booting XP32 and Vista64 Can't find your answer ? navigate here Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Kinda cumbersome, but also works geofeltJun 6, 2010, 5:49 AM wallyinnc said: When you install XP it will mess up Win7 bootloader. Thanks very much for your help!Cheers,-British Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Dell 1525 Inspiron Vista x32 to 7 x64 upgrade by SpaceArchitect / October 7, 2011 6:03 AM
Will I need to update the BIOS? Your cache administrator is webmaster. by 303british / July 3, 2009 4:50 PM PDT In reply to: Upgrade FAQs & Answers... Check This Out Just boot from the Windows 7 32-bit DVD, and then on the page where you choose where you want to install Windows; create *two* partitions, and pick one of them as
Should I tell him about my imposter syndrome? If you have Windows 7 Professional or higher, click here to go to the Windows XP Mode download page. Or would i have to just use 32 bit?
Is casual gaming, photo and video editing and HD video viewing even worth 64-bit? For example: do I install Win 7 x32, then re-partition the hard drive, then install EasyBCD on the x32 partition, then install Win 7 x64 on the empty partition, then configure A virtual machine with shared folder did the trick for me.Sun VirtualBox would do the same than Virtual PC. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 7, 2010 7:12 AM PDT In reply to: What about upgrading to Vista 64 bit first?
Unfortunately it has hung at 93% while scanning the same PerfCounters_D.ini file. If yes, mail or personal? The Seven Forums tutorial that COLGeek will be very helpful to you. http://aurdev.com/dual-boot/dual-booting-vista-bootloader.html A solution in the forum could also be useful to other future visitors, so PLEASE, no private requests. (they won't be answered !) Terry60, May 5, 2011 #6 PDM New Member
A solution in the forum could also be useful to other future visitors, so PLEASE, no private requests. (they won't be answered !) Terry60, May 5, 2011 #8 (You must log Followed tutorial meticulously. Another, maybe less elegant, solution is to perform a dual boot from BIOS, that is, you install the OSs on separate drives (one connected to the computer at a time, or Read answer number 7 at http://forums.cnet.com/5208-19411_102-0.html?messageID=2950712&tag=forums06;posts#2950712 Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - No by Chimlim / March 7, 2011 1:28 AM PST In reply to: What about upgrading to
Unfortunately some third party 32 bit software that I need to use is not working properly (see stackoverflow.com for details). I tried booting from an external HD and from a dvd and no luck to clean install thus far. EasyBCD is an app for manipulating the contents of the BCD. EasyBCD takes no part in the boot process at all.
Is this difficult in this scenario? Like us on facebook! Thanks for your help in figuring this problem out. I was encouraged by some educated people to go for the 64-bit and they made sure that my computer could do it.
Not the answer you're looking for? Be sure to install Windows on a different partition from the one where the earlier version of Windows is installed.Click Next to begin the installation. Ant Ideas? Regardless, the following link (there are many such) should point you in the right direction.
ibok 10.01.2011 07:53 QUOTE(jscarpe @ 10.01.2011 05:21) Thanks for the quick response.