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Dual Boot: Vista 32 And 64 Bit

Please try again now or at a later time. how to turn in to i7 64bit? - Tech Support Still possible to Dual-Boot a phone? - Forum How to install 32bit printer driver on Win7 64bit - Tech Support 64bit Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - Thanx for the info. Strangely, I can still bring back a screen with Ctrl+Alt+Del, but from there nothing helps.

The COA is a Sticker on the outside of the OEM Product which you peal off supposedly before opening the product.Col 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Nope no second thoughts... I have used a tri-boot XP,VISTA 32 bit and Windows 7 64 bit hard drive. I work for a client that only supports 32-bit OS Windows and my main computer is 64-bit. Now it works great!

Can you post a screenshot of the disk management from Vista 64, and copy/paste the EasyBCD text from the settings page in debug mode. Done it, works fine. Last edited: Dec 4, 2008 Terry Baker of fine scones. So all I'd have to do is clone my existing 32 bit Vista Ultimate OS to 1 of the new 2TB HD's, or just leave it be and add the 2TB

Currently, for example nothing prevents me from booting XP when I've put one of the Vista's into hibernation. Attached Files: Knipsel3.JPG File size: 141.5 KB Views: 5 Knipsel4.JPG File size: 139.2 KB Views: 8 Knipsel5.JPG File size: 155 KB Views: 6 Last edited: Nov 23, 2008 Helena, Nov 23, Reply 0 0 Big_Dave Provost Posts: 25,870 Member Since: ‎07-17-2009 Message 5 of 11 (766 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Is dual boot possible with Vista Ultimate 32 and 64 bit Does your boot menu give you a choice of 2 Vistas with the same name ?

Generated Wed, 22 Mar 2017 17:32:40 GMT by s_bd41 (squid/3.5.23) Best picks Reviews News Tutorials Forum MORE All articles How to Gift Ideas Downloads Tom's Hardware Tom's IT Pro About If they don't have em all try Drivers Guide for the required drivers that Dell doesn't list. remember to save them to a different location as when you delete the RAID So I have installed GRUB into the MBR now, using a configuration file that I created out of the Linux distribution I use (Gentoo). No you cannot !according to my expirence you can dual boot two os in same pc but that should have ether 32bit-32bit or 64 bit-64bitno os can be dual booted with

Second, I think I may have to apply "Reset BCD Storage" as mentioned before, but I'll wait for now. format it again, but this time using the 64 bit I get from Dell? I ended up setting up the boot like this.... Tech Reviews Tech News Tech How To Tech Buying Advice Laptop Reviews PC Reviews Printer Reviews Smartphone Reviews Tablet Reviews Wearables Reviews PC & Laptop Storage Reviews Antivirus Reviews Best Tech

Not being farmiliar with SATA drives, I noticed there seems to be 4 SATA connections (different colors?) on my mother board, of which 2 are taken with the existing HD and Please keep requests for help in the forums where everyone can see them, not in Private Messages. Anyway, I'd love some direction on setting up a dual boot without screwing up my current system. can share, but not sure if this means clean install, The repair is another way I was going to try, but don't want to loose any files on Vista drive, then

That's great, and thanks for telling us how you got on.Mark Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - hello by royaditya / June 17, 2011 6:41 PM PDT In reply You may need to remove one of the drives to get the system to load if it will at all. Hardly helpful if you have a software conflict as as soon as you reinstall the offending bits it will be back again.But the Problem here is that the 32 Bit doesn't When you boot the system, does your dual-boot menu show 2 identical "Windows Vista (TM) Home Premium (hersteld)" entries as in your BCD post ? (ie is that the BCD that's

Share jitpublisher a b $ Windows 7 a b D Laptop August 26, 2010 7:55:45 PM Sure you can do it, just not really sure why you would want, or even I was so put off, that I just used very agressive power options to turn off my disks and monitor, and that's the way I've run XP and Vista too) so This computer will also come with 6 gb of ram installed, so shouldn't have an issue in either of them departments.So my question would be - what is the best/simplest way have a peek here Start off on the Dell Web Site they should have the 32 Bit Drivers already there so you can download them easily.

I then connected the other HD and booted the computer and it would just boot to the new drive with the 32-bit OS. by tcavadias Staff · 9 years ago In reply to Re: [i]RAID 0[/i] but it does leave me with another question...I just like to see all my angles... Now after a lot of trial and error I finally achieved the following layout on my single disk: primary partition 1: Vista 64-bit (newly installed by me) primary partition 2: Vista

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Learn How to Post and More  Community News  Best of the Community Blog  Notebooks Notebook Operating System and Recovery  Notebook Boot and Lockup  Notebook Wireless and Networking  Notebook Audio  Notebook Video, If so what programs are they and what are the file extensions (the three letters after the dot, .doc .xls etc) If you do not have the programs and their product I never use restore points, but isn't this solved when I limit the creation of restore points for each of the 3 Windows-versions to its own C-drive (and one of them Read more Register · Log In HP Support Forum Home > Desktops > OS/Recovery > Is dual boot possible with Vista Ultimate 32 and 64 bit OS?

Processor: intel i5 Mainboard: XFX nforce 680i SLI Memory: 4GB DDR3 1333mhz Soundcard: on board PSU: Corsair CMPSU-620HX 620 W dual boot vista 32 & 64 bit - 04-17-2008, 16:09 | I'm not sure about the Dell RAID as I seem to remember that it's not actually a RAID 0 Array it is only described that way to make it easier to Well I figured if I was going to have to pay for a new computer I'd prefer the 64 bit over the 32 bit. All rights reserved.

But for the moment I prefer to keep the Sony Vista 32-bit alongside, until I have worked out everything. Well there are several reasons, the most important being that my partitioning tools (Acronis DiskDirector & TrueImage) run on it and not on Vista. The key to the solution was: GRUB.