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Dualboot ur p.c wit windows xp and windows vista

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    If u r having problem try 2 run windows xp and windows vista then dis thread if 4 u... Start requesting

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    Guy do ur thing na make we feel yu

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    Got a Vista PC and
    want to install XP so you can
    dual-boot between them?
    Here's how to do it, in an easy,
    step-by-step format.
    Page 1 - Intro
    Scenario: You want to install
    Vista on your PC alongside your
    XP installation, on the same
    drive. You have installed Vista
    already. (If you have XP installed
    first, dont read dis wait til I post
    d procedures 4 dose dat hav Xp
    installed 1st)
    Lets move one, by now I
    presume u hv already created d
    partion were u wil instal ur XP.
    We'll then install
    XP. Afta instalin d windows XP, d
    vista bootloader is automatically
    overwriten, so we wil install
    EasyBCD to
    reinstate the Vista bootloader
    which will be overwritten
    during the XP installation, and
    then use EasyBCD to configure
    Vista's bootloader to boot the
    XP partition.
    Request 4 easybcd download
    link

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    Just need enough reply 4 d easybcd download link, this an updated EasyBCD that works with weda u installed xp 1st or vista... Request 4 more.

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    Good morning guys........ Whatz GOOD!

    coded-1 Member

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    Nice thread

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    Hello guyz! I am using window xp, and each time i want to install any applications it would say the window can not read the inserted disc. Pls, help me.
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    Wats poppin guys,keep up to d thread naa,no let it dry up
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    Abeg me ned ur hp me bout samsung lapi vista r60 but na italy dy take instal d harddisk becuz me dn change am to english me dn tired he no gren change one guy say me instal one software muiti english pis hp me wati me go do
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    vic555 "Life is a mystery, explore it"

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    Just to add something to this post as it seems the guy abandoned the thread midway.

    Download the EasyBCD from here : http://neosmart.net/dl.php?id=1

    How to: Install the Vista Bootloader on Windows XP

    Ever since Windows Vista came out, a lot of hype has been going around the new bootloader. That's the

    hype that drove us to create EasyBCD, and that's the same hype that's been driving people to ask all

    around the web: "Is it possible to install the new Windows Vista bootloader on a non-Vista machine? Can

    I get XP to use the new Vista bootloader? How can I install the Vista bootloader on my XP-only

    machine?"

    First, a disclaimer: In order to use the Vista bootloader, you'll need some licensed Vista files. The

    only legal way to get these is by already having Windows Vista legally installed on another machine and

    grabbing the files from there. Kapish? Second, the answer: Of course you can. And here's how!

        Go to a Vista machine and zip-up the C:\Windows\Boot\ folder.
        Extract those zipped files to the same location on your XP machine. (i.e. you should now have a

    C:\Windows\Boot\ folder on your XP machine, too).
        Download and install the latest version of EasyBCD.
        Run EasyBCD. When you first start it, it'll tell you what you already know: the Vista bootloader

    isn't installed! It'll ask if you want to repair it - (obviously) click yes.
        When prompted for the letter of a Vista drive, give it the same drive letter as your XP partition -

    the one you copied those files to earlier. When asked for the boot drive letter, give the letter of the

    drive with boot.ini and ntldr (most likely C:\).
        Let EasyBCD "repair" your bootloader and wait for it to finish.
        Once it's done, you'll have a (non-working) entry to boot into Windows Vista - delete it from the

    "Add/Remove Entries" screen and instead add a new entry for Windows XP.
        Reboot & Enjoy!

    5 easy steps (never mind the numbering), and you'll have the Vista bootloader up and running in no

    time. What you do with it after that.... well, that's up to you.
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    gudmorning guys...

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