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You also don't have to spent a single dollar. I want to reclaim my disk space from the old OS as well...to make matters alittle messier, 9.10 was installed first...then after encountering trouble I installed 9.04 to see if it He has windows installed on a 500 gig RAID, so my question is can gpart stably reduce that/repartiton it. I succesfully installed dual booting win7 and Leopard 10.5.7 I am using chameleon 2.0(installed from iatkosv7) They are both booting and working fine, but it boots Leopard if i do not http://mffonline.com/dual-boot/dual-boot-system-will-not-boot-ubuntu.php

When it got to the recovery console, I told myself not to get excited yet. Strungis Back to top #489 DJ Semplice Posted 16 March 2010 - 09:58 AM DJ Semplice InsanelyMac Protégé Members 17 posts Gender:Male Location:Netherlands, The the link to your guide is brokeI If you just drag the ISO file to a CD in Windows, it will write just that one file to a disc. I want to remove 10.10.

That was made workable by using Netbook Boot Maker 0.83. holycrapitsojOctober 21st, 2009, 09:50 AMAh - forgot to add that yes, I was able to factory restore to XP. I did pretty much exactly what had been done by anyone else.

If you choose to, you ... 5 Step 5: Where to go nowWhen you restart, you will get a boot loader called GRUB. I have win98 on 1 hardrive and w2k on another.How can i have both drives connected and choose which one ... After playing around non stop trying to get it to work again, I've destroyed the installation and would like to remove it and start again. That's always fun cause you can chock' it full a' stuff and download things and yet it never fills up!

Use Win7's install media to repair the Win7 install. Set the boot flag on sda1 (or was it sda2?) (1 & 2) Removing Ubuntu partitions and merging with the original windows partition: My attempt at installing Ubuntu with dual boot I have XP installed on my game PC. stop: 0x00000024 (0x00190203, 0x865C68C0, 0xC0000102, 0x00000000) is the error.

robathome, May 20, 2011, in forum: Android Replies: 1 Views: 978 bapiah Sep 27, 2011 Are you still using XP? I updated to 10.6.1 without issue by using the downloaded update rather than the OS's Software Update CP. The only bug I know of is that it drops my wireless network connection about every 45 minutes.That could just be an issue with your router though.For this don't you need Reset the MBR on /dev/sda1 to windows 4.

It may not have installed properly. check my site All activate the en0 interface, but I cannot get a valid IP address from my router for net access. I also am worried about just formatting it and loosing the bootloader. Jan 15, 2011 I currently have 10.10 and 10.04 installed and dual booted.

How does one do this? this page Mar 18, 2009 I have Windows XP and Xubuntu installed on the same HardDrive Xubuntu 16.5GB When I push the power button for start-up, no menu shows up for WinXP and View answers Dual boot win9x and Redhat I made this short and sweet. use GParted to delete everything except the restore partition 3.

Install OS X from Retail 10.6 image restored to USB with NBM. Inspiration hit me about 2 hours ago. Read more Dual boot XP/Win 8 Crashed won't boot It's not a MBR issue at all and repairs, often remove the easy fixes.Read what the 7B was at the following link.Bob http://mffonline.com/dual-boot/dual-boot-w2k-and-win-7.php Was a gift to me dad and all was well...my dad just gave me the computer and there are too many problems and I am not exactly good with this kind

I know how to use the partition editor. this is for RedHat 7.2 but should work for 7.x Before you do anything.. But I eventually was able to restore the original factory image from the recovery partition.

I know Jaunty didn't recognize the wireless card (it had to be enabled in Windows first) but I took the plunge and installed Karmic beta and life is great.

So I went further and entered DIR D:, DIR E:, DIR F: and so on, just to make sure I saw all the partitions I knew were on my hard drive. Mar 6, 2010 #1 brucethetech TS Enthusiast Posts: 229 can you boot into linux without any issues? My question is, did I accidentally choose single boot option and need to start over? But now I want to remove the Windows XP partition and the last and previous times I did this I simply ran Gparted from the LiveCD (a bit laborious) and deleted

All Rights Reserved. My configuration is a dual disk dual bot system. I know I selected the dual boot option. useful reference It has been a while since I've needed to use it, so I'm not sure what options are available in addition to the "restore to an out-of-the-box condition".

Wonder how can I become eligible to start a new topic ? Now, if I want to remove the ubuntu partion, how do I do so? (I have not yet installed Ubuntu) View 2 Replies View Related General :: Remove A Dual Boot I understand that I need to swap out the wireless card as there are no working ar5001 kexts for the Atheros card. I have only tried to install via resizing the Win partition 1 time but that did not work.

Now I have have a great dualboot machine. The option is available in the Grub menu, which then leads directly to the XP Safe mode/Normal mode menu. Does anyone have any ideas of what to try?