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Dual Boot XP & Ghosting To Different Partitions?
The problem is that in addition to the installation partition your drive contains a Master Boot Record and (I think) a Boot Loader that are not in any partition. If you do it drive to drive instead of partition to partition, it should work. I inserted the Custom SRD, and restarted the system. Hope that helps sort your problem out. his comment is here
It is how I learn... I would like to add a second sata HDD which contains Windows7 and was formatted using the same computer. Acronis True Image or Symantec's Norton Ghost ? I no longer need hda1. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/26694-dual-booting-system-ghosting-question.html
mount 0: 0 0x02 (and press Enter. 0 0x02 is HD0, partition 2) To see what's in WinXP type dir 0: (and press Enter) Like DOS you can change the prompt DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,272 Solutions: 328 Kudos: 2,022 Kudos0 Re: Unable to dual boot from Windows XP after restoring Ghost image Posted: 11-Dec-2010 | 8:39PM • Permalink The main reasons are usually a different hal or different hard drive controller. It would be helpful if you could read the blue screen and see if it says 00000007B.
The first problem is that for the reason I explained above, these operating systems were both installed and working as the C drive and they have to remain that way. I just got my new 40gb drive and am trying to just clone the 10gb over to it so that I don't have to go thru the whole install process again. The other drives have been disabled while testing this. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed
Can I travel with my New Zealand visa on my old passport when automorphism group of an object determines the object Do I need knowledge of American culture and history to Hurray for non-bloatware #6 tiap, Jul 3, 2004 dclive Elite Member Joined: Oct 23, 2003 Messages: 5,616 Likes Received: 0 Originally posted by: redbeard1 For some reason, XP doesn't like Then remove one boot entry from the boot menu of each drive, delete the corresponding partition, and expand the remaining partition to take up the entire drive.The other is to restore Died?
Deric DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,272 Solutions: 328 Kudos: 2,022 Kudos0 Re: Unable to dual boot from Windows XP after restoring Ghost image Posted: 10-Dec-2010 | 11:59AM • Tech Support Forum Security Center Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help General Computer Security Computer Security News Microsoft Support BSOD, Crashes And Hangs Windows 10 Support Windows 8, 8.1 Support Windows 7, Vista Support Windows DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,272 Solutions: 328 Kudos: 2,022 Kudos0 Re: Unable to dual boot from Windows XP after restoring Ghost image Posted: 11-Dec-2010 | 10:49PM • Permalink Deric.
Backup and Restore Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums Network/Filesharing, Firewall, Antivirus, Spybot, CD Burning programs, MP3 Jukebox, etc etc. DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,272 Solutions: 328 Kudos: 2,022 Kudos0 Re: Unable to dual boot from Windows XP after restoring Ghost image Posted: 11-Dec-2010 | 6:52PM • Permalink In addition, there is more professional-grade software to distribute a boot configuration to many machines and adjust the drivers.
I was wondering if this scenario is possible; Create a disc image of her system and install it on a new drive within my tower. (this will also have the added http://platrium.com/dual-boot/dual-boot-missing.html I just converted the HAL to halmacpi.dll in my old P4 computer. If the OS is really on HD2 in the BIOS it means the booting files could be in an active partition on HD0. Related Resources solved Symantec Ghost cannot see my hard drive solved Symantec Ghost 8.3 Symantec Ghost 11.5 hangs while creating RAID image on win2003 server Problems with Symantec Ghost Can I
start up, automatic repair, &... The Windows 7 partition was recovered first. See my post here about using the Ghost recovery disk to manually switch the hal from a single core to multicore CPU. http://platrium.com/dual-boot/make-a-dual-boot.html Brian_K Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 19-Apr-2009 Posts: 5,849 Solutions: 123 Kudos: 665 Kudos0 Re: Unable to dual boot from Windows XP after restoring Ghost image Posted: 11-Dec-2010 | 10:22PM • Permalink
Am... Replies are locked for this thread. Hopefully Brian can comment on that.
But, I still can't get this to work and I am certainly puzzled.
Ghost 7 is an older version. Stay logged in Sign up now! EITHER boot each target machine from the XP disk and do a Repair installation, or get a tool like EASEUS ToDo backup that can "restore to dissimilar hardware." Such a tool Did you slipstream the drivers into the install disk, use a floppy driver disk, or change the BIOS setting to ATA mode?
The best cloning (and imaging) software I have found to date is Acronis' TrueImage 7. When restoring the image of XP this is when this stops working Any help would be appreciated DaveH Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Jan-2010 Posts: 6,272 Solutions: 328 Kudos: 2,022 Kudos0 Re: Reboot and again boot into Hiren's DVD and again into Windows XP Mini. check over here I am having a problem ghosting a HD using Ghost 8.3 I have a 80GB HD split into 2 patitions which both boot: Partition #1= Windows XP partition #2= Recovery (4GB
Also if I decide to upgrade to a new HD I can recovery XP plus the recovery partition. Deric DStain Norton Fighter25 Reg: 26-Aug-2010 Posts: 1,900 Solutions: 41 Kudos: 119 Kudos0 Re: Unable to dual boot from Windows XP after restoring Ghost image Posted: 10-Dec-2010 | 7:59AM • Permalink Let me think it over a little.