[AI] how to install multipel os on a pc

sunil sunilsangtani99 at gmail.com
Sat Sep 18 13:13:14 EDT 2010


yes true,  the last installed  OS will always boot on the first place.
but you may easyly change it. when you start your system, then after a
few seconds,  it shows you the installed os, you just do a down earow,
and hit enter.
but i wonder,  why did you installed win 7 and the win xp on a same
machine?  while you could use the xp mode in the win 7?


On 9/18/10, jayinfotech <jayinfotech at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Austin,
>  I think you reversed the order, first install WINXP SP3 then WIN7 , as when
> you install WInXP over Win7 , boot records gets change. Hope your are
> installing winXP & WIN 7 in separate partitions.  But as of now other option
> is use some software like EasyBCD ( freeware) for it.
> Hope this helps.
>
> Amit
>
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> Subject: [AI] how to install multipel os on a pc
>
> hi all my friend has asus computer he has windows xpsp3 home and
> windows 7 ultimate he wants me to install both this oses on his system
> symentaniously how can i do that will any1 please give me this steps i
> tried doing the following i installed windows7 with sighted help on
> local disk c and xp on d drive i installed both this oses normally
> without makeing changes to them but now when ever he starts his pc
> windows xp starts what did i do wrong?
>
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