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Dual Boot with Xp


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#1 Jcc3258

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Posted 24 December 2009 - 07:52 AM

I have a dell vostro 200 with 3gb of ram and I want to dual boot with windows xp pro on the computer I added a second hard drive and installed xp and still have vista on the C: drive

Xp is on the D: drive

I have a copy of easyBCD on a thumb drive but I haven't used it in a long time.

Can some one walk me through the process of reloading the Master Boot Record

I know how to use the program but It's been so long I just forgot what tab to click to load up the new boot entry

If anyone can help me it will really be great.

I Have vista installed first just want to reload the boot loader with xp added to the menu.

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#2 Romeo29

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Posted 24 December 2009 - 06:07 PM

It depends if now you are booting into XP or Vista.

If now your computer boots straight to Vista:
- Click Add/Remove entries, in Add Entry section from drop down menu select Windows NT/2K/XP, select D:. Click on Add Entry

if you are booting to XP:
- In EasyBCD click Manage Bootloader. Select Reinstall bootloader, then click Write MBR
- Click Add/Remove entries, in Add Entry section from drop down menu select Windows Vista/Longhorn, select C:. Click on Add Entry




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