Posted 05 August 2009 - 11:54 AM
I have just changed to a new mobo and drive(s) and I wish to install Vista which I have already purchased.
Ultimately what I would like to do is be able to use some form of boot manager to be able to boot 1 of the three systems which I will install on different disk drives. Systems are Vista, Windows XP-pro, Ubuntu v9.04.
Friends have advised me to use VistaBootPro to manage the system boot instead of BIOS (which I don't think would work anyway). One friend this AM mentioned that I would need DOTNET FRAMEWORK ver 2 or 3 (guess that is .NetFramework ?).
First of all, is what I propose possible and easy to do?
Second, should I download and install .netframework immediately following Vista install of does this application have to be installed on both XP-pro and Vista?
Lastly, is there any tutorial on VistaBootPro? I read BC entry on the subject - well done!
Thanks you in advance for any and all information provided.