Dual Booting XP And Linspire
I had to give up with XP because on my old ASUS A6 it took ~40-50 min every morning to boot and tune WiFi hot spot. Refer to your motherboard manual for further instructions. This will not interfere with the Windows 2000 boot up process in any way.If you're installing Linspire in a secondary hard drive, follow these steps:Install MS Windows on the primary hard I was thinking of a third party partition software to break the drive up. Source
This will not interfere with the Windows 2000 boot up process in any way.The following FAQ may also be related to your question:How can I access my MS Windows 2000 or Reply With Quote 07-15-2005 #7 techieMoe View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Linux Guru Join Date Aug 2004 Location Texas Posts 9,496 Originally Posted by d38dm8nw81k1ng http://www.sadevelopment.com/ig/linspire5/ give As of May 1, an ISP/EDU email is NO longer required to access the Classifieds. Enjoy, because I do. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/dual-boot-linspire-and-win-xp-new-master-boot-record-366314/
Thank them. That should work right? Of course, you aren’t just tied down to what’s already installed. I think).
the keyword to look for is partition. Drive like you work---slow Reply With Quote July 25th, 2006,03:37 AM #8 SpywareDr View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage VirtualDr PC Specialist Join Date Apr 2005 Location Maryland, USA Posts Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. create That is it you can also create ISO add Syslinux to USB and finally run Qemu to see if will work with your system.
Members 298 posts Location:Brentwood, New York Operating System:Desktop:Gentoo Linux 2.6.16-gentoo-r9 Laptop: Kubuntu 6.06 Posted September 7, 2005 · Report post Does Linspire have a free version? http://zoringroup.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=5 If you are new to Linux register, you will need the forum sooner of later. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Quote: Officially, dual-booting is not supported by Linspire, but it seems like it should work.
Reply With Quote 07-14-2005 #3 budman7 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Linux Guru Join Date Oct 2004 Location Knee deep in Grand Rapids, Michigan Posts 3,901 If Nor is it even marketed as a Windows XP alternative, but the truth is that it is just about the nearest Linux Distro you’ll find to Windows XP anywhere. Just press Enter and keep waiting. You will need to download a .iso file and burn it into a DVD drive - hopefully you have a program to do that (if you're using Windows XP and don't
- I was about to deem that it was impossible to dual boot linux and xp pro on a dell laptop until I saw this post.
- Microsoft is ending official support for Windows XP on April 8 2014.
- If you download an .ISO file (a disc image) and burn it to a CD or DVD, that "formats" (and closes) the disc with the files in the image, preparing it
- It a simpler then unebootin, a dose also have persistence file and you can have as many Linux OS as you install on USB drive.
- If you use something like Microsoft Office, you should be able to open those files with LibreOffice under Linux.
- The Windows xp sp4 unofficial release is available from different sources.
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You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. regarding the swap partition, i've heard to make it double your ram up until you have 1gb ram, no one needs more than 1gb of swap. The time now is 11:23 PM. So, I ended up booting the WinXP cd and deleting all of the current partitions.
Now I know how to dual boot with seperate versions of windows but how am I going to do it running Linux and Windows? this contact form Loading... Just when I come across them and just because I think they are useful. Thanking you in advance.
When your computer restarts after the installation, you should be able to choose to boot into Linspire or MS Windows. Anyone interested just go to Youtube and type in Zorin 9 review, and watch them, then type in how to install Zorin as duel boot with Windows or just Zorin install. Read More with Zorin, then you’ll have the choice of keeping a Windows XP partition if you like, just to play it safe. have a peek here I only run one distro, so I think 32 mb for /boot is plenty for me. (That is the size I chose because that is what the Gentoo Handbook says in
your choice though. Zorin does. Partioned the drive into NTFS Windows XP Pro, shared drive, and Linspire 5.0 (using automated Linspire install disc).
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IMHO Kubuntu suits better for low-end computers. Now install windows on the windows partition (obviously). If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Join Date Jul 2005 Posts 4 how do install it because there no thing that pops up and shows me how to install it Reply With Quote 07-15-2005 #6 d38dm8nw81k1ng View
I booted the Linspire CD and was able to install on the newly formatted space with no problems. Reply With Quote 06-21-05,12:34 PM #7 MRD View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date Feb 2003 Location CT Ok, the best way to do it is to partition If not your Zorin OS will need to be reinstalled more often. Check This Out Last here is what I consider ther most important command and probably the only one you will need if you are a GUI user.
I don't have a restore cd if something screws up. It didn’t take long before I had the system looking just like my old Windows machine, complete with a galaxy background and a growing collection of icons scattered on the desktop. Thanks, cheers mac If computers are so smart, why don't they just fix themselfs?? ISO image location 3.
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Overall Zorin gives you good balance between XP-usability and Linux-flexibility. https://www.linuxcounter.net/cert/608410.png Reply With Quote $spacer_open $spacer_close 07-14-2005 #4 philperl View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Just Joined! Wine doesn't work with a ton of windows programs, but even if it did, it's still not Windows XP. I want to know if I can dual boot XP pro and Lindows without reinstalling my winXP pro OS?
Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Dual booting XP pro, and Lindows? Drive like you work---slow Reply With Quote July 18th, 2006,05:43 AM #4 SpywareDr View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage VirtualDr PC Specialist Join Date Apr 2005 Location Maryland, USA Posts You will have to choose what partition you want to install on based on size so make the differences between the Win2k and Linspire partitions noticeable. And by the way, if you’re not exactly a Windows fan, and prefer Mac instead, just choose the Zorin OS Look Changer from the Preferences menu and select the Mac OS