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    Windows 7 Home Premium x64
       #691

    Thanks for the warm welcome folks
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  2. Posts : 6,305
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #692

    Welcome to the SevenForums Flik and any new members, please enjoy your stay
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  3. Posts : 28,845
    Win 8 Release candidate 8400
       #693

    matt0978 said:
    i never even bothered to introduce myself when i registered, lol. and so i've never received an official welcome. anyway, most ppl are nice around and very helpful. i also try to help where i can.

    matt, 31. yorkshire born n bred living in wales UK.

    Hi and a belated welcome.

    Ken
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  4. Posts : 13
    win XP/Win7
       #694

    Lucky 7


    Hi everyone
    Nice forum, I installed Win 7 Ultimate with XP pro on the same partition, and after working out a couple glitches it's working fine.
    I had XP sitting on a 290 gigs HD, and used the Diskpart command tool to shrink it to half the partition size so win& could install on the other half. Diskpart worked fine but it took many hours to rearrange the files before it made the secound partition, I went to bed and left it alone to do its job, in the morning Diskpart did show the size of the secound partition so I was able to install Win 7, it was quick and problem free.
    The only glitch was the dual booting after the Post at boot up, the Windows boot manager window seem to have frozen. The keyboard would not make let me pick between the two OS. After playing around with the Bios I fixed the problem . It was related to USB settings.
    So Now I could choose between Win XP Pro and Win 7 at boot up, but Win 7 still had a problem with the bootini process. So I was only able to access WinXP, Win 7 would stop loading once I moved the curser on the screen to Windows7 Ultimate. It also gave me the message that the operating system had a problem and need to be repaired with the help of the Win7 install disk.
    So I did load the disk, booted from the CD player, let the fwindows files ignitiate etc, then clicked on the language
    choice and the install 7 windows came up, on the side there is a Repair windows 7 link option to fix the problems with your system. It did rebuilt the booting up process and all is well for now. I'm no computer geek but I can follow directions. I think Windows 7 is great.
    I hope all this make sense.
    I used the help of some program to check and rename the entrie on the screen. Windows7 showed as Windows 7 Ultimate (recovered) so I renamed it to it's proper name. The program I used is EasyBCD. I actually used the program on both OS's to navigate from one to the other when the dual booting process did not work. Only the Default system would boot up. By either changing WinXP or Win7 to the default option i was able to acess both. It's a little wacko but it worked.
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  5. Posts : 4,663
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
       #695

    Excellent Mabecane and a warm welcome to the forums.
    Are you intending on keeping XP after the retail version becomes available in October?
    Even if you are you will have to do a clean install and that should sort out your messy boot issues.
    If not you shouldn't have any messy boot issues to sort out.

    All the best, John

    PS. Also welcome to all the other new members
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  6. Posts : 3,141
    Vista Ult 64 bit Seven Ult RTM x64
       #696

    Hello mabecane,

    Welcome to Seven Forums.

    Enjoy.

    Gary
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  7. Posts : 28,523
    Windows 10 Pro x64 [Latest Release Preview]
       #697

    Hello anyone I've missed , and welcome to the Seven forums,

    Don't forget to check out the Tutorials and to Update your System Spec. Also take a moment to check out the Forum Rules

    Most of all get involved and enjoy your visits here
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  8. Posts : 22,814
    W 7 64-bit Ultimate
       #698

    Hello mabecane, welcome to Se7en Forums!


    Have a look at the tutorials at the links below; they may give you some pointers.


    Dual Boot Installation with Windows 7 and XP

    BCDEDIT - How to Use
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  9. Posts : 13
    win XP/Win7
       #699

    johnwillyums; said:
    Even if you are you will have to do a clean install and that should sort out your messy boot issues.
    Thanks for the warm welcome.
    Eventually I will get rid of XP, what about the clean install, will I be able to install the retail release and keep my stuff on it or will it be a complete reformat. I should move to the proper forum next time and will.
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  10. Posts : 6,305
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #700

    Hi mabecane and a warm welcome to the excellen SevenForums
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