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Log In or Register to post comments Gerry O'Brien (not verified) on Nov 24, 1999 Wow, I did not know this. Key factors are installing the non-NT/2000 OS first and keeping each set of system files on its own partition (also you generally have to install applications on each OS individually as This will leave you with 1 gig free space at the end of the drive. Log In or Register to post comments Rolando (not verified) on Nov 24, 1999 Thanks for this great article. http://repairlaptops4u.com/advice-given/advice-given-windows-nt-domain.html

There is a simple, almost trivial solution to this that is easily extensible. Copy the bootsect.f32 file to a 3.5" disk. Log In or Register to post comments Len Woffindin (not verified) on Dec 26, 1999 I'm about to build a PC to dula boot W98 and NT4server, and this article looks The Win98 partition is not accessible from NT nor is the NTFS partition accessible from Win98; however, FAT32 will address one of those issues and I have a dual-boot PC with

Once all the changes have been made, I boot back into the operating system to see if it still works.

  • Now that you have the first partition as FAT16, use In my case, I use 2 GB NTFS partitions for each. Once you've made enough space for NT, you can install it onto the partition or drive and format that partition or drive as NTFS—but there's a catch. Content is segmented into Channels and Topic Centers.

    a Hard Drive is a physical piece of hardware, where as a partition is a logical split of the Hard drive into what the operating system sees as TWO (or more) But the default will be Windows 2000 line.. Content is segmented into Channels and Topic Centers. For a small charge, the full version lets you read from and write to these partitions.

    Now I use the BeOS booter to boot in Linux, Win98, and NT/2000. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Log In or Register to post comments Richard Warwick (not verified) on Mar 19, 2002 Excellent. see this here Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?

    Chau (not verified) on May 28, 2001 Also works with windows nt 4.0 and windows me! This is a simple, fast way how to make a dual boot system even when installing the "wrong" way (first 2000/nt, then 98,95,me). make sure its to a different partition. Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Computer problem?

    JSI Tip 3366. here Reuel Miller, Jul 21, 2000 #5 Reuel Miller Joined: Feb 17, 1999 Messages: 1,821 I receaved this email from Igoryok: I have just found out that the company I work at Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.Go to Google Play Now »InfoWorldDec 18, 2000140 pagesVol. 22, No. 51ISSN 0199-6649Published by InfoWorld Media Group, Inc.InfoWorld is targeted to Senior When you install Windows XP for dual-booting on a computer running Windows Server 2003, the server BSODs with 'STOP 0x00000003 Mismatched_Hal'?

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    NT won't recognize FAT32. Reuel Miller, Jul 21, 2000 #4 Reuel Miller Joined: Feb 17, 1999 Messages: 1,821 I received this email from Igoryok: So, there are two partitions (C and D) on my first Insert the Windows 2000 CD... this content On the website it is going for $69.95 (and worth every penny).

    You should then be given the option to boot into NT or Windows98. [/list] [/list=a] Good luck PS: There is another completely different option: If you have a computer that is Content is segmented into Channels and Topic Centers. Reuel Miller, Jul 21, 2000 #2 Reuel Miller Joined: Feb 17, 1999 Messages: 1,821 I recieved this email from IgorYok: Here are the answers to your questions:

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      Thanks in advance! ------------------ Igoryok igoryok, Jul 21, 2000 #1 Sponsor Reuel Miller Joined: Feb 17, 1999 Messages: 1,821 Greetings OK... Let Setup put the setup files... I have played with dual boot for some time now and have recommended to many in the microsoft.public.windowsnt newsgroup that they use FAT16 on the Primary Win9x partition. So where does that leave you when you want to install NT and have a dual-boot configuration?

      This installation gave me a boot menu with options for NT and Windows. All rights reserved. This is C:\. 2. have a peek at these guys Easy answer : Yes, if you get a new Hard Drive.

      Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Guess what? Going to try this myself tonight. It has a 30 day trial you can install.

      How many new PCs that have Win98 preinstalled support this assumption? The only problem I have run into so far is that when booting into Win2000 AS, all the WinNT 4.0 NTFS partitions cause minor errors to occur since they have not Content is segmented into Channels and Topic Centers. Log In or Register to post comments lynn wheeler (not verified) on Nov 27, 1999 I have run into the exact problem.

      Click here to join today! User your turbo switch to to activate single pole switch your master jumpers on your disks leave bios in auto detect on drives and off and running! Some are primary and some are logical in an extended partition. it will ask if you want to upgrade the current OS.

      Is there a way to install Windows 98 without using partition magic 5.0 because I just cannot afford buying it. Now, for the hard part... Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! That is in the FAT16 partition, of course.

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