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XP boots up normally (13) Add Recovery Console d:\i386\winnt32.exe /cmdcons (14) Reboot and choose "Windows Recovery Console" boot option Read disk error appear..... I then tried with adding the Recovery Console and verified it works before I run sysprep and capture the image. Many sources said that Vista Installation DVD is needed to uninstall vista. Thanks! useful reference

When i installed Vista I decided to format my complete hard drive (everything important is backed up externally of course) and create 2 partitions in it and installed 1 on vista Edited 7 Years Ago by zlolz: n/a 0 RJCO 7 Years Ago format your laptop with DOS bootable disk and use fdisk command delete the partition and then create it again All rights reserved. ThanX for sharing your knowledge. http://techiwiki.net/bsod/bsod-after-running-bootsect-exe-nt52-all-force/

Doesbcbootonlywork on disk 0? Reply Martin says: October 10, 2006 at 4:10 am I'm missing something trivial here. my PC won't do much of anything. Reply StiGMaT (Jonathan) says: September 30, 2006 at 2:33 am i did format… after flashing my bios i formated cause i got the prob i thought do to having a new

There is a boot folder in my XP drive directory, with subfolders Fonts and en-US. Upon reboot, when it tries to load the vista partition, I get a blue screen of death, something about memory error, and that I should use CHKDSK /F on the partition When I restart my comp, it gives me a choice of either running Vista or going into Windows XP recovery console. I created 2 different partitions with the XP install disk.

Im currently formatting my hard drive. Reply Long Zheng says: October 1, 2006 at 12:54 pm @Arunjit Singh: Partitions doesn't matter if it on a different drive or on existing drives. I've been booting the past three weeks using an NTLDR floppy boot disk I downloaded, that apparently circumvents my boot files. Type diskpart Type select disk 0 Type list partition then note the partition number where you installed windows 7.

If you have followed these instructions to the letter up to this point... Reply Long Zheng says: September 20, 2006 at 12:03 pm @Simon Kurash: The best and easiest way is to format. No more boot screen. Monday, June 11, 2012 6:23 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Same thing as me.

thanks todd Reply Long Zheng says: September 15, 2006 at 6:48 pm @todd: I presume your old hard drive is the one with XP. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc749177(v=ws.10).aspx Vista was the first install I did on this rig. (probably not the smartest move but I am a noob so u live and learn…lol) Anyways now I want to remove Reply Simon Kurash says: September 19, 2006 at 8:16 am Hi, I've installed Windows Vista RC1 and my printer would not recognize the new OS. THE ABOVE SOLUTION WORKED INSTANTLY!!!!

Reply Long Zheng says: October 31, 2006 at 6:15 pm @Mo: You should be able to create a XP32 and Vista64 compatible bootloader by installing the Vista bootloader on top of see here http://www.istartedsomething.com/uploads/boot.zip Reply John Petrello says: September 17, 2006 at 2:02 pm Alright, I'll give it a go and lol at the exploding. But it is more convenient to install it on a new drive since you don't have to split your current hard drive. Does your system require a 3rd-party disk driver to boot?

So forgetting the whole previous problem. Restart the computer, and you will notice the boot selection menu is gone. I have make sure that C: is the active partition. this page i typed the command "h:\boot\bootsect.exe /nt52 ALL /force" in "run" - H being the drive letter of the image and then i restarted the computer.

Optional: Restart to ensure it still works. Yes, friends, it appears that they [URL="http://www.microsoft.com/security_essentials/"]are[/URL]. Reply Zemy101 says: October 20, 2006 at 12:55 am Thank you Long Zheng, my download of RC1 is nearly finished.

We will call it S:\ Step Three: You have applied your image (or the location of Windows already exists.) to W:\ Step Four: Command to finalize the MBR (under UEFI mode)

I cant get the Setup to continue. Reply vishnu says: September 23, 2006 at 1:05 pm thanks i just downloaded a software called vistabootpro and i removed the vista bootloader from there. mqudsi, Feb 6, 2011 #19 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Log in with Facebook Log in with Windows Vista 32 bit only supports 4GB RAM and every processor can only use 2GB RAM at most, while Windows Vista 64 bit is able to use 128GB physical memory and

None of the drivers, configs etc for any of the new components were installed into the new rig. I had a working two hard drive system with Vista RC2 on one and XP on the other. Let’s try inserting Windows 7 installation disc to perform a Startup Repair and see how it works. Get More Info Finally, I usually have some older hardware that may give problems with BSOD so I will usually run these as well: (use at your own risk) bcdedit /set loadoptions {default} ddisable_integrity_checks

I want to reinstall XP on the partition which already has XP. Seems to have almost installed, but when it does it's final boot, it gets a BSOD Hardware error. And stops there. It is telling me to boot off of the RTM dvd and pick repair operating system.

It appears that Vista modified the boot.ini to state that ‘Vista doesn't use boot.ini anymore', but left it at that. I loaded Vista from XP64, installed the WHQL nvidia nForce4 XP64 raid drivers, disabled driver signing check at each reboot, but still nothing. WinXP Pro is on 1 HD (SATA, C:) & VISTA is on another HD (IDE, I:(VISTA)), which has other partitions on it for backup purposes (G:, J:).