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Want To Delete Win 2000 From Win 2K--XP Dual Boot

Alot happens in two years and I doubt I could find intalls for everything. I wouldn't mind upgrading the 80gig drive to w2k, but you leave open the question of telling w2k setup that, no, I don't want you to trash disk1, but yes, upgrade All Rights Reserved. File Name Description bootpa25.zip bootpa25.zip bootpa25.zip (ftp link) Bootpart 2.50 in English, with LBA support. 26,729 bytes (approx. 10 seconds at 28.8 K) bootpa22.zip bootpa22.zip Bootpart 2.20 in English. 25,525 bytes his comment is here

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? You might or might not know that W2k destroys "boot manager" from Partition Magic! I'll let you know... Log In or Register to post comments satarul (not verified) on Jan 10, 2004 hey, thanks a lot, it works. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/removing-dual-boot-2000.4972/

In the green boxes, the system is running user-provided code out of RAM, but all resources are still accessed through BIOS calls. I never like putting one coz if you forget then you can't do anything. RPM documentation says that a Scandisk is enough to make Windows understand the new size, but I heard of many people for which this was not enough. Test installed hardware.

OK--­ my Win98 partition is now unbootable, but that is another (and less important) matter. I kept the old partioning of hardrive even though I got a warning saying that \boot should be larger that 20MB. At the end of the file you have "# Run xdm in .....". So, we have to keep switching from one OS to another on the same computer.

At this point you might like to know that I have neither owned a pc before nor worked on one before. It worked fine! Then you can -in theory, delete it as well. http://superuser.com/questions/67651/windows-2000-uninstall-on-a-dual-boot-2000-xp-system Ruley (not verified) on Oct 19, 2000 What you want to do will work, with the following caveats: 1.

You probably should upgrade the kernel anyhow. Again, there are two ways to go about this. Here is an example lilo.conf file: boot=/dev/hda map=/boot/map install=/boot/boot.b prompt timeout=50 image=/vmlinuz.2.0.33 label=linux root=/dev/hdb1 other=/dev/hda1 label=windowsnt This lilo.conf file is configured so that the boot device is /dev/hda. Win2K Pro setup will replace the files on the boot partition, and you should have the option to boot either Win2K Pro or Win98 on the next restart.

Hyper-V Master Class Hyper-V Master Class with John Savill Live Online Training: Thursdays, April 27th to May 18th Register by April 20thand Save 20%! http://newwikipost.org/topic/9nsuOIq5GUSPcAu2u3jr9VqP2ZB0YJtJ/Windows-7-Won-t-Boot-After-Dual-Boot-Partion-XP-Delete.html As you probably know, Windows 2000 was to have been called Windows NT 5.0 before the marketing droids at Microsoft got a hold of it. With my work, I simply can't be without a fully functional machine that long or having to spend a large of amount of time tweaking. We developed this system over years of using earlier versions of Windows--we hope the Windows XP will prove to be so much more reliable that we rarely use the hidden copy

I first installed W2000P. The DVD-ROM seems to searching on the disc. bratlady.com/linux_boot.shtml - 25k - Cached - Similar pages c't 12/99, page 166 - The Linux boot manager Lilo ... I intend to upgrade the installation on 'c' to XP Home, however I would like a dual boot option - in words of one syllable!

Although it would be possible to write a minimalist Linux bootloader that would fit into such a space, practical Linux bootloaders for the PC consist of two stages: a small stub There is no need to reboot. However, this was too intrusive. weblink Probably because 98 was installed on the 1st drive and 2000 installed later on the 2nd and it worked with no problem.

you're far better off with retrieving the license key of your XP installation (e.g. Another way to run the program is to choose Start | Run, type d:\set-up, and press ENTER (if your CD-ROM drive is drive D:). 3.. Log In or Register to post comments Rod F (not verified) on Feb 17, 2004 Hi, Thanks for this article.

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Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More... I personally do not have Windows ME I am a 98SE 2000 Pro and Windows XP Pro. The Windows Set-up Wizard asks in which folder to install Windows XP (usually C:\Windows). Any possible fixes??Thank you in advance!!!!!

In particular, Sean Daily's "Multibooting Windows 2000 Systems" (Summer 2000) contains a good list of multibooting resources. Put your WinME CD-ROM in the drive and reboot. If you calculate a CRC or other check value when you first install the root filesystem, that same value will be valid on all subsequent boots. (Particularly interesting to applications where check over here PCMag Digital Group AdChoices unused