But there are a few tricks and pitfalls if you're new to NT. Win98 in 1st partition and Linux in the second:) nvictus: You need to boot linux with the floppy first, then edit /etc/lilo.conf. I have NTFS partitions for SQL Server developement work. I'm equally at home with Windows, OSX or Linux. Check This Out
The hard disk is partitioned with a 4GB partition for Windows 98 and the rest for Windows 2000 Professional. So I can't yet dump Win98, much as I'd like to, and judging by reader mail, I'm not the only one in this situation. I have found lots of information about setting up a dual boot configuration, but not much on what I can do to "take it apart" without starting from scratch. PKS Log In or Register to post comments Ron Ouellette (not verified) on Feb 27, 2002 I have recently dual booted Win98 and Win2000 pro.I am now having a problem with
Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Nov 30, 2004 i would like to know if windows xp can be installed to dual boot with windows They both have live CD's available so you can try them before you install.posted by JuiceBoxHero at 7:07 AM on April 12, 2009 The prices on Mac laptops are not that They're both great, free, and generally "just work" with modern hardware. Ruley Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Apr 21, 2005 I used Parttion Majic to repartition my W2k system and created a Fat32 partition.
First off:None of the ponies have an assigned human race or design. I liked your paper and will appreciate your view on installing win98 over XP pro. This is not a satirical or circlejerk subreddit. Linux installs so easily, I wouldn't mind doing it again, but I really need sound ADVICE on what to do to make the system dual boot.
dBforumsoffers community insight on everything from ASP to Oracle, and get the latest news from Data Center Knowledge. Log In or Register to post comments David Eagle (not verified) on Jul 24, 2000 I have both WIN98 and WIN2K Server installed on a Gateway Solo 9300 laptop. Either way, run Win98 setup and follow the directions, putting Win98 on a separate partition from Win2K. Log In or Register to post comments Eric Thompson (not verified) on Oct 13, 2001 I have a WIN98 machine on a network.
I do not have a soultion for SP4 problems other than to NOT install it! And install OS.7. Log In or Register to post comments satarul (not verified) on Jan 10, 2004 hey, thanks a lot, it works. Please take responsibility!!---Now that things are coming to a close, thank you so, so very much to everyone who has submitted an entry.
Log In or Register to post comments bruno (not verified) on Apr 26, 2004 I have a dual boot with 98 and 2000 that worked fine until I installed Service Pack you can try this out I've given away 1000 and 5000 away in previous giveaways - this time it'll just be 1000 though!PRIZES + WINNERSThere will be three prizes to win!First Place:500 !Won by:TiaziMossygreenSecond Places:250 each!Won JoinAFCOMfor the best data centerinsights. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
I won't abandon Win98 until more hardware and software vendors support Win2K, and I don't think I'm alone. his comment is here I would like to put together a Windows/OS X dual-boot machine to take advantage of both operating systems and while it sounds good theoretically I an curious about how it works On my system, that disk also contains Win98. I have replied to everyone's submission notes so far.>> The list of entries is HERE ! < Well it's solved now, and quite simply too. So if the initial time and effort investment is something you're willing to consider to save the money, then you should be fine.posted by dubitable at 8:53 AM on April 12, Why use Linux? this contact form permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]TheIlliteratePosterLinux Mangaka[S] 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(0 children)Somehow it messed the partition table and MBR. That attempt rendered my Win2K Pro partition unbootable. I purchased a copy of PartitionMagic, and I want to set up a dual-boot (Win2K Professional and Windows 98) system on my small home-office computer network. I recommend adding "site:insanelymac.com" to whatever google search you do.
Most problems result because NT isn't a Plug and Play (PnP) OS (so you might have to fiddle with BIOS settings) and the only compatible partition format is FAT16.
Well it's solved now, and quite simply too. So if the initial time and effort investment is something you're willing to consider to save the money, then you should be fine.posted by dubitable at 8:53 AM on April 12, Why use Linux? this contact form permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]TheIlliteratePosterLinux Mangaka[S] 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(0 children)Somehow it messed the partition table and MBR.
That attempt rendered my Win2K Pro partition unbootable. I purchased a copy of PartitionMagic, and I want to set up a dual-boot (Win2K Professional and Windows 98) system on my small home-office computer network. I recommend adding "site:insanelymac.com" to whatever google search you do.
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 Source: Windows & .NET Magazine (June 2000) Setting Up Dual Boot After Installing Windows NT Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 153762 - This article explains how to set up Windows NT to You will have to make sure you can see hidden and system files. I had 2 NT4 systems, one on the C: partition with SP6a, and one on the D: parition with SP3 and formatted as FAT.
Dual boot and everything! Microsoft Corporation in no way endorses or is affiliated with LabMice.net. Thankfully Wal-Mart's return policy is as dumb as most of their employees. http://dataforceus.com/dual-boot/windows-10-dual-boot-xp.html And apparently the NC10 is one of the relatively well-supported Hackintosh netbooks!
The products referenced in this site are provided by parties other than LabMice.net. LineupDon't worry I still got something in the works for part two of "Election Year" but I wanted to interject o ask a question: Where the hell did the word "queue" Adding FAT32 and NTFS partitions to a dual boot test system Tech Republic article by Jeff Thompson featured in TechNet. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
Your cache administrator is webmaster. I don't think past the initial install there is too much hassle. Especially when the humanization isn't White. i have 2 hdd's 2k is on one with ntfs.
Is there any way that I can recover the NT4 on the D:? Here's how it went down:1. Any suggestion will be highly appreciated. I just want the simplest thing to do.