Dual Boot XP/32 And Win7/64: Problem With Ntoskrnl.ex
by deepmojoman / September 14, 2011 8:07 AM PDT In reply to: Since Windows 7 does not use the XP boot manager. But if I choose Win7 from the Boot Manager, then I get the message: "
Useful SearchesRecent Posts Log in Sign up Windows Forum Windows 7 Forums > Windows 7 Help and Support > Dismiss Notice Welcome to Windows Forums. Log In or Register to post comments D Thomas (not verified) on Jun 10, 2004 Hi, i also got this ntoskrnl.exe error which prevent me from booting up. Dubbelman (not verified) on May 25, 2004 I had two times the same problem with opstarting Windows XP. share|improve this answer answered Dec 27 '10 at 12:56 David Silva Smith 4891518 add a comment| up vote 4 down vote I would let the freeware tool EasyBCD try and fix
Tutorials Dual Boot Installation with Windows 7 and 7 on 2 separate HDD1. But-get this-if I choose XP then it gives me the same error message: "
- The thing that's interesting is that that D drive is a backup drive-no system files on it whatsoever (backup program is True Image).
- NOTE: Make sure that the CD/DVD drive is selected first in the boot order in the BIOS. 4.
- saying dumping physical memory into disk...
- Type in these comands below, and press enter after each one.bootrec /FixMbr bootrec /FixBoot bootrec /RebuildBcd Exit the command prompt and restart the computer.
- can any advise pls......
- and i cant boot to windows i attach my old one (also wireless) and then it boots fine.
- C: ATTRIB -H C:\boot.ini C: ATTRIB -S C:\boot.ini C: ATTRIB -R C:\boot.ini C: DEL boot.ini C: BOOTCFG /Rebuild C: CHKDSK /R /F C: FIXBOOT share|improve this answer answered Jan 22 '11
I had windows 2000 and Linux dual boot with Grub. Changing it from (1) to (2) (for example) allows the successful boot of NT. my hardware is ok. Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Dec 8, 2004 Ive gotten this same issue, but i got mine after I had let windows manage my
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Heck, I was proud of myself for figuring out how to install this new video card I got last week (It took me over an hour... http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/29653-63-windows-root-system32-ntoskrnl-missing-corrupt Related 2Dual boot 32 bit and 64 bit Windows2Remove XP from XP/W7 dual boot (move boot manager)2Installing Windows 7 destroyed my dual boot setup0Dual boot nt4 and windows 982Rescuing Windows XP When you get to this point, select the partition (step 2) or hard drive to install Windows 7 on. (See screenshot below) 6. No options were given to choose an OS at boot up.
Excel Tips in Your Email Shopping Cart Empty View Cart Forum Tutorial Macro Forum Blog Excel Tutorials Free Excel Macros Extra Resources Forum Excel Video Tutorials Keyboard Shortcuts Excel Help Resources this contact form I rebooted and it only boots to xp. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. And the riddle: Everything is working properly but here is what I see when I am on XP: And here is what I see when I am on W7: Why is
Thanks... Windows IT Pro Guest Blogs Veeam All Sponsored Blogs Advertisement Join the Conversation Get answers to questions, share tips, and engage with the IT professional community at myITforum. EasyBCD will run in XP but it needs .Net Framework installed. have a peek here Since I was previously dual-booting Win2k and Win98, Win98 continued to work fine when selected from the Win2k multi-boot menu.
Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Nov 4, 2004 this link provides great coverage of this problem. Blevins (not verified) on Oct 7, 2002 easiest way to fix a problem with the boot.ini file is to run a little known switch of the fdisk command. If you have an active partition, such as your D, the Windows 7 boot files may be there.
How do I know I'm not unknowingly messing it all up?
Nor will the secondary boot by itself either.My fear is that one HD crash will require both HDs to be replaced. Log In or Register to post comments Showing 1-50 of 51 itemsprev 1 2 next Please Log In or Register to post comments. There is a Boot folder, Boot.BAK, an actual Boot.ini, a Boot.ini.saved, a bootmgr, a BOOTSECT.BAK, a CONFIG.SYS, and an NTDETECT, a System Volume Information, a RECYCLER, and an ntldr. Access is denied." #16 deepmojoman, Sep 15, 2011 Saltgrass Excellent Member Microsoft Community ContributorJoined:Oct 16, 2009Messages:15,157Likes Received:393 Windows 7 will use an unlettered partition as its system partition.
After that I could get into windows 2000 and linux, but NOT into XP - XP gave me the missing ntoskrnl message. HorizontalMikeNov 14, 2011, 3:36 AM BTW, I did NOT use the SevenForums solutions link when doing the repair. Similarly, I can't access any type of console or shell to execute commands. Clone OS onto separate partition on 1T HD without destroying my data2.
It's this whole 'ntoskrnl.exe' thing. I had this problem for ages (I think) without knowing it, only found out when I needed to boot into Safe Mode and was prevented with this message. In XP, download and install .Net Framework 2.0 (32-bit) version or .Net Framework 2.0 (64-bit) version first, and EasyBCD (free version) for your 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x86) XP. NOTE: You would start at step 9 in that link to finish installing Windows 7. 7.
If it doesn't look right, remove the entry and redo it. Thanks .. Do note that the OS files are all on the 300GB Primary even as the boot sequence points to the secondary HD.QUESTION:Is it possible to correct this situation WITHOUT having to I need to check your latest post. #6 Saltgrass, Sep 14, 2011 Saltgrass Excellent Member Microsoft Community ContributorJoined:Oct 16, 2009Messages:15,157Likes Received:393 When you are installing OSes, it is very important to
Hard to understand but proper. Disconnected 1T data HD, leaving 300GB primary installedGot the above error message on rebootBooted from DVD Win7 x64 discDid "System Repair" -- This also followed up with memory test (successful)Removed Win7 I don't know what XP and Windows 7 CD and DVDs we are working with. 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
for years, but that i didn't have. Not BCDRDIT, but BCDEDIT. –nyuszika7h Jan 22 '11 at 10:17 1 Fixed it @Nyuszika7H (could your username be any harder to type) –Ivo Flipse♦ Jan 22 '11 at 13:00 add The entry for NT is either missing or incorrect. My System Specs OS windows 7 stinkstink View Public Profile Find More Posts by stinkstink 06 May 2009 #8 Brink 64-bit Windows 10 Pro 65,210 posts Oklahoma Stinkstink,
These commands are as follows: C: CD .. When extracted it becomes ntoskrnl.exe Log In or Register to post comments Cory P (not verified) on Apr 13, 2004 If you're looking for an FDISK utility that can manipulate NTFS Log In or Register to post comments Anonymous User (not verified) on Apr 4, 2005 disconnecting and reconnecting the keyboard seems to have fixed it for me.