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It's an AdvanSys, and it seems that the company has >>> gone "poof"! He wants to display what is on his laptop onto the television to watch his dvd movies. see: Thank you finid October 11, 2012 at 12:32 pm ·Reply Your mobo is too old for you to be concerned about UEFI. Yes GCDROM.SYS can load both IDE and SATA DVD drives.

subservant View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by subservant 02-11-2003, 05:22 AM #2 finidi Member Registered: Dec 2002 Location: World Do you need to restrict yourself to your geographic area? tigerbalm_78Feb 16, 2013, 7:49 AM The solution offered here (related to Windows 7) is not consistent with the question (which was about Windows 8).I really wish I knew how hostile and TIA.

Instead, run BIND in a chroot jail - so even if it gets hacked, they don't "get" anything. You'll be able to ask questions and get support for Windows 7 or chat with the community and help others. A newer version of Windows will know about loading older versions but an older version won't know how to load a newer version. maybe if you got a cheap second hand CD-ROM drive and use it temporarily?The other problem is because its a large drive Fdisk can't be used initially to set 2 partitions

Advertisement Related ArticlesMore Tips for Dual-Booting Win2K and NT 4.0 6 Q: I have Windows 8 dual-booted with Windows 7 but see only the Windows 7 boot menu--how can I see If it is Linux Related and doesn't seem to fit in any other forum then this is the place. yep it was ben who had given the link thanx fellow!! I do actually tend to install a rescue partition on the second disk.

Both drives are on the same cable (win2k drive set to ‘master' and debian drive set to ‘slave'). I have a project that needs some expert input, however, I have been unsuccessful thus far. BTW: Limitations on username lengths and similar issues are purely a library and userspace issue. Then I was clueless as to what I needed to do.

I have another booting issue you might be able to offer advice on. So there are good reasons for it not proceeding. That thread was not a waste of the company's ink and paper. it's at your own risk of course.

Can I still utilize the article that ‘finid' wrote titled, "Dual Booting Win7 and Ubuntu 12.04 using two hard drives" for my ‘Debian Squeeze netinst' install using two separate drives? Continued B. It's not even listed in Device Manager. I bought a new computer last week which has a 500GB drive.

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Code: mkdir /mnt/temp mount /dev/hda8 /mnt/temp chroot /mnt/temp grub-install /dev/hda8 D3: To make a Linux "chainloadable in partition hda8 with Lilo by a Live CD Note : If Lilo fails you Can I overwrite XP with linux and dual boot it with win8? I do utilize newer OS's on other systems but this is the system I'd prefer to utilize as a dual-boot. have a peek at these guys RITESH posted Jan 30, 2017 at 6:40 AM Supposedly running an illegitimate Win7 Home Premium version Pablo Antonio posted Jan 29, 2017 at 4:39 PM How to delete backup files sunrisewriter1

The green bits show below are not typed by pressing the "tab" ket to get Grub to complete for us. I just have a couple more questions I thought of. I think I'll go with your first option to have Windows 98 on the first disk and Windows 2000 on the second disk, first partition.

Code: root (hd0,3) setup (hd0) Your Linux will boot now if you issue commands Code: chainloader +1 boot B5: To restore Grub from Linux partition hda4 into MBR by Live CD

You can do this from inside Windows or from the Linux installer, and be sure that your data will be left intact. Code: Boot up the Linux installation CD follow the instructions to re-install the boot loader and choose the root partition as the destination To be continue in Post #3 (due to I do utilize newer OS's on other systems but this is the system I'd prefer to utilize as a dual-boot. Click here to Register a free account now!

If you have a very clever installer, it may put the correct entry in GRUB to boot the windows disk, but the issue is that Windows must think it is the I bought it before > Windows 3.1 was available--I had to buy Windows 3.0 to be able to use > the scanner. Code: set root=(hd0,9) chainloader +1 boot K5: How to use a Grub1 prompt (off a floppy, CD or MBR) to manually boot a unbootable Linux directly with a failed Grub2 Note check my blog But it isn't working, and I cannot get Dell help since it is not my laptop.

What you need to do is in Ubuntu to issue the mkdosfs command. Use the new article that I just wrote, but ignore the part about UEFI, as your mobo does not have that firmware. Now its recognised in Windows but I still can't find it in DOS.Do you mean I've got to find Virtual PC or Virtual Box to see if this iso file is For "expert code mechanic," try ("Groups of Linux Users Everywhere") for a Linux user group in your area.

With a combination like that, the best approach for dual-booting, is to locate the Windows system partition on the SSD, and the Windows data partition (the C drive) and the Linux The tool used is the Grub floppy Code: root (hd0,7) chainloader +1 boot E2: To add another Linux in hda8 to a working Grub configuration file Note : The working Grub I bought it before >> Windows 3.1 was available--I had to buy Windows 3.0 to be able to use >> the scanner.

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