Re: Dual Boot XP and Vista
Did you do an upgrade or new install. Is your install suppose to be a
upgrade, but you installed it to a new partition ? Since RC1, I've done
about 7 or 8 format re-installs and not had any problem getting the option
to dualboot. Seems really odd that you're having it, unless you're just
hitting some kind of off bug
"Darrel Dobbs" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I worded my question wrong, I actually have both operating systems
>installed on two seperate hard drives.
> "Dale "Mad_Murdock" White" <dale.white@NOinsightbb.NOcom> wrote in message
> news:Z5ydnXwrzNZq01vYnZ2dnUVZ_ruknZ2d@insightbb.co m...
>> Not sure why you are having a problem. Though I didn't play with running
>> both OSes on seperate partitions. In my case, they are on 2 seperate hard
>> drives. XP is my Disk 1 and Vista is my Disk 3 (I have another games disk
>> which is disk2). I've not had any issues since RC1 with dual booting.
>> My only advice I can offer is to consider getting a 2nd disk, if you have
>> the space, you can get a nice little 80 gig drive for under $50 these
>> days ro spend $95 and get 320GB.
>> "Darrel Dobbs" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>>I have Vista and XP installed on two seperate partitions.
>>> The only way I can access XP is by putting in the installation disc for
>>> XP and repairing, but then the computer always boots XP,
>>> and the only way I can boot back to Vista is by putting in the
>>> installation disc for Vista and repairing. Then it always boots to
>>> Vista. How can I have access to both without using the install disc
>>> Can I set up a boot menu? If so how?