I've got Windows 7 installed first,and then I installed xp.Since I met some problem I had to go back to 7 without using easybcd.So I had to use the Windows 7 dvd to repair it.And now it boots to 7 directly.Any way to get into xp without reinstallation?
I've installed easybcd on 7 trying to add an entry of xp but it shows can't find ntldr.(I've tried every drive)
System Manufacturer/Model Number Too many to list. OS XP, Seven, 2008R2 CPU AMD, Intel, VIA Motherboard Various Memory Corsair, Kingston, etc. Graphics Card ATI, NVIDIA Monitor(s) Displays Samsung
Keyboard qwerty Hard Drives Maxtor, Western Digital Internet Speed 22 Mb/s @ home, 1 Gb/s @ server Other Info All of my systems still run fastest on XP 32-bit for the most part. Win7 is fun to play with, but I still prefer XP for raw speed, security, and functionality.
18 Oct 2009
Windows 7 Ultimate x64 rtm
thank you,it works.
Under 7 I copied the ntldr & ntdetcet.com to the partition xp was in,and ran easybcd,then it came the dual-boot.
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