Need Help For My Dual Boot Problem .
lei Hi , is this the method for dual boot example win 7 pro and win 10 pro using the same win key? Can't find your answer ? Have I completely screwed up? Then go back to the windows 10 drive for my regular everyday web stuff? More about the author
win 7 came pre installed in brand new hp laptop (was bought 2012). I mean, with fastboot or similar. VG ^^ Yes. @Ghislain I cant confirm but if you upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10, it should not affect Windows XP. We'll call it /dev/sda7, but keep in mind to change it when you type down the commands.Chroot into your systemFirst things first: chroot into your system to execute the actions needed https://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/281576-need-help-my-dual-boot-problem-post1281110.html
I know how to create a partition on the new hard drive where Win 7 already resides but it's a bit confusing for me as to what to do after that. August 13th 2014 Join Date : Feb 2008 The Lowcountry Posts : 2,616 Vista 64-bit Ultimate Win7 64-bit Ultimate XP SP3 32-bit Pro Local Time: 07:03 Re: need help for I recently did a clean install of Win 7 on one of my drives and the other is clean as of now. Evan When you tie your product key to Windows 10, doesn't it become invalid for Windows 7?
Thus the new boot loader didn't recognize already installed OS and thats why its not showing the other Windows 10 entry in boot loader. I also have an older HP computer with XP-32bits (legit) - the hardware is on its last miles (slow and tedious) but I still need to use some programs and a Ubuntu dual boot Trying to set up dual boot 7 and ubuntu How to get rid of Ubuntu option in the boot-up screen? How is this command legal ? "> file1 < file2 cat" Is it true that heavy water is not blue? ¿Cómo puedo traducir el modismo inglés "to do something on the
Amr.Magdy 2017-01-13 22:27:22 UTC #20 Did that already .. help! As you will use the same key for Windows 7 and Windows 10. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/need-help-with-vista-xp-dual-boot-problem-336245.html I am not on this.
I have had no luck so far.. However I'm having a problem : after using efibootmgr, Windows seems to "repair" its boot manager and takes precedent over grub. share|improve this answer answered Mar 24 '16 at 12:18 Payne_MD 1 add a comment| up vote -1 down vote You have to go into your uefi/bios settings and either enable legacy Note the boot-repair must be installed on the hdd not on an external boot media.
It originally came with Vista and was then updated to Windows 7 Pro. You can boot using Windows 10 setup disc or bootable USB and try to repair boot loader. Disks.png814x546 67.7 KB wolfman 2017-01-13 19:42:55 UTC #8 Hi @Amr.Magdy, have you also disabled secure boot?: www.howtogeek.com How to Boot and Install Linux on a UEFI PC With Secure Boot New antechdesigns 2017-01-13 18:45:24 UTC #3 Which program did you use to write the win10 usb?
Now that I have found it, I will surely be a frequent visitor on your website because of the quality of the info in it. Repair Boot Configuration Data or BCD Today, I’ll discuss a portable utility called Dual Boot Repair Tool. The installation ran smoothly and I restarted my computer. Ghislain Did not think of your suggestion but I would most surely like to have the three OS on my PC.
So boot into Windows 10 which was upgraded from Windows 7/8.1 in step 1" Case- when I am rebooting , it only shows one OS ( win 10( clean installed one). I would have wished it to be the other way around. I keep wondering that if I upgrade Win 7 to Win 10 I will somehow disrupt my Windows Boot Manager, which has been working so well, and even affect in some http://vehizero.com/need-help/need-help-with-boot-error-message-1err3.html It restarted and booted Windows 10.
i did this all from within windows 10, which is activated, as it says on the system properties page. Ghislain Hi VG! meo Hi there, Thanks for the advice you are offering here, its great that people like you are out there to help noobs like me! :) Regards having dual boot 8.1
But have to make sure grub2 is the one in the MBR and from your main working install.
I’ll go over the options to explain what it does. I'm pretty sure I screwed up royally. What's my middle name? There are a number of people more skilled than me that can help you figure out what happened.
Sorry, i am new to it. deshackSeptember 2, 2015 at 3:07 pm Reply Hi, maybe Windows is in fastboot mode. Before I had dual boot, I had Ubuntu fully installed on another laptop and experienced the same problem, turn on and off several times before grub loads and boots into Ubuntu.So SORRY EVERYBODY lol Mike nope that did not work either.