I am not able to view my Boot loader screen today after I installed Windows Xp Sp3 in another partition Earlier I could select either Windows Xp-sp2 Windows 7-32bit or Windows 7-64bit?
I had the exact same problem with my own computer. Apparently, Windows 7 doesn't work that well with Windows XP's boot loader (when dual booting). I solved the problem (well...sort of) by booting into my Windows 7 partition, Installing EasyBCD (http://neosmart.net/dl.php?id=1) and adding Windows XP to the boot loader again. The only thing is that when ever I boot into Xp (which is rare now) and then shut down, the Windows 7 boot loader is erased an I have to recover the computer with the Install DVD.
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Best of luck with it,
The Windows Boot Loader begin erased may or may not happen to you, but it may
Best of luck with it,
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full article and summary. http://www.windowsecurity.com/articles/Windows-XP-SP3-Security.html . What's inside XPSP3? . Stability updates: These updates impact on how the already stable XP runs increasing the availably and reliability of the operating system. . Performance updates: These up…dates improve XP performance and enhance interoperability and hardware compatibility. . Security Updates: These updates include previous security updates and new updates. . Out of band releases: These updates include some releases that Microsoft has developed like MMC 3.0 and core XML services 6.0. . Minor feature updates: Features like NAP have been added so that customers can now take advantage of Windows 2008 server. Support for WPA2 is also available as a separate download. . Microsoft recommends Windows XP Service Pack 3 as the de facto standard for users running Windows XP. Service Pack 3 is the baseline update for customers still using Windows XP. Microsoft have elected for the latest version of Internet explorer to not be installed with Service Pack 3. If IE7 or IE6 is detected during the installation respective updates and security patches are applied to match the correct version. (MORE)
Well I sure hope so. I mean.. Microsoft spent a lot of time building an update for Windows XP before they came out with Vista.. I'm sure they made it so that it's... 'safe' to install it.. However, my computer can't install it. I get an error and not sure what it's from. And btw, when Microsoft com…es out with a new service pack.. it's normally a huge security fix. (MORE)
Unless you've come from the future, there's no way you're installing PHP7 on anything. The latest version of PHP as of August 15, 2009 is 5.3.0.
Windows 7 is an upgrade of windows XP. I prefer windows XP mainly because im used to the software such as office 2003. Windows 7's office 2007 is much harder to use and takes a lot longer to get used to.. Comparing them both, i would say windows 7 is a downfall to Microsoft, they could of done a lo…t better with everything to be quite honest. Windows xp is the better option in my opinion. (MORE)
Dual-booting Windows XP/Vista with 7 . 1) Download Windows 7 (see related links) 2) Partition your hard drive: In XP or Vista, go to the start menu, right click computer, and click Manage. Then click Disk Management, select the drive of which you want 7 installed in the bottom window. Assumi…ng you have unpartitioned space on this drive, right click the unpartitioned space and hit an entry that somewhat means create a new partition, I think it says "create simple volume". This partition should have atleast 20GB space available to it. 3.) Installing Windows 7 Burn the ISO you downloaded from the Microsoft website, and boot from the DVD or whatever drive you put the ISO on. Once at the setup screen, select your language and keyboard design/setup/thing. Once that's done, click custom, and BE CAREFUL, be sure to select the partition you made! Or this will wipe the other partition. Then simply install and wait several hours for it to finish, after it's done, you can boot up your computer and you will see an entry for Windows 7 on your boot screen. Now you can enjoy Windows 7 and still keep your XP OS :-) (MORE)
as many times as you want =) activation is a whole other story xP.. What you do is on the activation window (i know im going to get in trouble for this) try to activate it online. If it gives you the "you have activated this the maximum ammount of times" message simply go back. Choose activate by p…hone. The activation window will say "generating a new installation ID" at that point a phone number some letters and letter boxes will pop up. hit the back button and activate online again. Should blow right past that problem =) so go at it =) if it doesn't work call customer support they aren't that smart just tell them you only have it on one computer and they will hook you up with a confirmation key =) (MORE)
While both Windows 7 Professional and Windows XP enable you to multi-task more effortlessly, browse the Web easily, and communicate and share information, Windows 7 Professional offers additional productivity features for small business, such as: . Aero features like Snap, Shake, and Peek are pa…rt of a redesigned desktop experience that helps you get more done in less time, working easily and intuitively . Windows Taskbar offers new tools that can shave seconds or even minutes off your daily tasks with fast window previews, customization, and more . Steps Recorder enables users to record step-by-step processes to create training tools or document problems for IT support staff . Windows XP Mode can help you run older productivity software that would not otherwise run on Windows 7 Professional so you can get the most from your business software investments and reduce the potential for downtime (MORE)
It is not possible to install any Operating System next to another on the same partition. To dual-boot Windows 7 and Windows XP, first install Windows 7, and while in the partition manager, delete all partitions and create one for Windows 7 and one for Windows XP. Then install Windows 7 to it's part…ition. Then install XP to it's partition. You should now be able to boot either Operating System. Note: You must install XP after Windows 7 as the Windows 7 installation wizard would want to upgrade XP. WARNING: This will erase all of the data on your hard drive. Be sure to back up all of your files before installing anything. (MORE)
You can upgrade to SP3 without a CD. You cannot install the entire system from scratch without a CD. yes. first install XP sp2 with CD, then upgrade via Internet.
I any, but the size of partition should be more than 1 gb or something like.
Early versions of Service Pack 3 were known to cause infinite loops due to a variety of issues, most of them occurring on AMD processors. Make sure that you have downloaded the latest service pack directly from microsoft's site, and do a repair installation of Windows XP, then attempt to install the… service pack again. (MORE)
No. Windows 7 can be installed on a Windows XP system, as long as it meets the minimum requirements. However, it must be a clean install; a direct upgrade from Windows XP is not possible.
For most applications, you can install them in the exact same way you would on Windows XP. For applications that don't work, even with other compatibility mode settings on, you can use XP Mode. For step-by-step instructions on how to download and install Windows XP Mode and how to use it see rela…ted links. (MORE)
In many cases you should be able to install XP drivers in W7, whether or not they'll actually run is another matter entirely.
I have notebook hp dv6500 and I am using windows xp sp2. fortunately I found all drivers for sp2 but this drivers will go windows xp sp3 or windows 7?
Since this has been posted under Windows 98, I presume the hardware is rather old. Usually, any drivers made specifically for Windows XP will work with all of the Service Packs. However, as regards to Windows 7, I highly doubt that the hardware will be supported. There are also probably specific dri…vers for Windows 7, as there usually are. (MORE)
You need Windows XP installed before you can install Service Pack3. However, if your installation media already contains ServicePack 3, then you do not need to worry about installing it since itwill already be installed.
yes most of the games running in win xp will work fine with win 7. Win 7 also has a new feature called the XP Mode where we can run XP from within win 7. It is a cool feature.
Windows XP is slower and Windows 7 is buggish. If you want a REAL computer, get a Mac
download the iso for windows xp, and then use daemon tools lite or something that can run iso files. As long as you have a legitimate activation code you should be ok to install it. If not, search google. This way you don't need to reinstall your computer. Downgrade From Windows 7 To XP (Step-by-S…tep) 1. Open your Windows 7 drive (usually C drive) and make sure that you haven't deleted the Windows.old folder, which was created by Windows while installing Windows 7 on XP drive. Note that without the help of Windows.old folder you won't be able to downgrade from Windows 7. 2. Now check the size of Windows.old folder by right-clicking and then selecting properties. Make sure that Windows.old folder size is less than two times the amount of free space available on Windows 7 drive (C drive). If the Windows.old folder size is two times as large as the Windows 7 drive free space, disable system restore feature and also disk cleanup to get some free space.Please note down your Windows 7 drive letter and also DVD drive letter before proceeding to the next step. 3. Insert your Windows 7 installation disc in the drive and reboot your machine. Press any key when prompted to do so. 4. Select your language, time, keyboard type and then hit Next button to continue. 5. In the Install Windows screen, click Repair your computer option to open System Recovery Options. 6. Here select your Windows 7 OS and note down your Windows 7 Drive letter before clicking Next. 7. In the following window, click Command Prompt to start downgrading from Windows 7 to XP. 8. First you need to move all the contents of your Windows 7 drive to a folder. So type the following commands one by one and then hit enter after each command (here "D" is your Windows 7 drive letter). D: Md Win7 Move Windows Win7\Windows Move "Program Files" "Win7\Program Files" Move Users Win7\Users Attrib -h -s -r ProgramData Move ProgramData Win7\ProgramData Rd "Documents and Settings" 9. Next you need to copy all the contents of Windows.old folder to the drive. Again, type all the commands mentioned below one by one and then hit enter after each command. move /y d:\Windows.old\Windows d:\ move /y "d:\Windows.old\Program Files" d:\ move /y "d:\Windows.old\Documents and Settings" d:\ 10. Next task is to restore the boot sector by entering the following command: E:\boot\bootsect /nt52 d: (Where E is your DVD driver letter & D is OS drive letter) 11. Finally restore the boot.ini file by executing the following commands: Attrib -h -s -r boot.ini.saved Copy boot.ini.saved boot.ini 12. Type Exit and reboot your machine to start using your Windows XP again. You are done! If you want to free up some disk space, delete Win7 folder in the root of your XP drive. Good luck! (MORE)
No. It is simply a bug fix / minor feature addition to Windows XP. It does not contain all of the features or technologies of Windows Vista.
You cannot upgrade from XP directly to Windows 7. You must upgrade to Vista first, or perform a new installation.
Windows XP Mode comes part of Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate. To use Windows XP Mode, you need to download and install Windows XP Mode, which is a fully licensed version of Windows XP with Service Pack 3. You also need to download and install Windows Virtual PC, which is the program that runs v…irtual operating systems on your computer. When you install a program in Windows XP Mode, the program becomes available for use in both Windows XP Mode and Windows 7 To download and install Windows XP Mode 1. Go to the Windows XP Mode and Windows Virtual PC website, and then click Get Windows XP Mode and Windows Virtual PC now. 2. Under Select your edition of Windows 7 and desired language for installation in step 2, click the Select system drop-down list, and then click the edition of Windows 7 you're currently running. 3. Click the Select language drop-down list, and then click the language you want to use. 4. Under Download and install Windows XP Mode, click Windows XP Mode. . To find out which edition of Windows 7 you're running, click the Start button, right-click Computer, and then click Properties. The edition of Windows 7 you're running is listed under Windows edition (and 32-bit and 64-bit information appears under System, next to System type). . 5. Click Open to install the program immediately; or click Save to save the installation file to your computer, double-click the file, and then click Run. We recommend clicking Save and keeping the file on your computer in case you ever need to reinstall Windows XP Mode. 6. In the Welcome to Setup for Windows XP Mode dialog box, click Next. 7. Choose the location for the virtual hard disk file that Windows XP Mode uses, or accept the default location, and then click Next. 8. On the Setup Completed screen, click Finish. A step-by-step instructions on how to download and install Windows XP Mode for Windows 7 can be found at http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/install-and-use-windows-xp-mode-in-windows-7#section_3 After you've installed XP Mode, the video at http://www.microsoft.com/showcase/en/US/details/b39ae680-5e17-4efe-bbac-e0901113e42b explains how to install your older applications. (MORE)
If you mean will XP work on a 7 compatible computer, the answer is most often yes. If you mean can a XP program run on Windows 7, then mostly but occasionally not. In this case you can run in compatibility mode. If this doesn't work then you could dual boot XP on your computer. If you mean somet…hing else, edit your question. (MORE)
Start the computer and insert the XP installing CD, and when the process gets the partitions management section, delete the partition in which the W7 is installed, create a new one for the XP, and begin formating the XP.
If I understand your question correctly, you already have Windows 7 on your PC, and you also want to have Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows 98 running as well. The easiest way to do this would be to install a virtual machine and operating system. I recommend VMWare Player, which is a free vir…tualizing system which is compatible with just about any "guest" OS. For example, I have two flavors of Linux and Windows 98 running as virtual machines on my XP host machine. Other options would include the Sun VirtualBox, or Microsoft Virtual Server. I think VMWare Player is the easiest and most reliable. (MORE)
You would need to buy Windows XP and install it on your hard drive to replace Windows 7. However there are programs that can run a simulator of XP while running Windows 7.
Certainly, however it would be advisable to check if your hardware and software are compatibility beforehand. You can find out how to do this on the Microsoft website.
I assume that you want to use hardware or software that needs XP for compatibility. I haven't tried to do what you are asking, but would advise the following instead, if you have a fairly fast machine and Windows 7 is working :- 1) Install VirtualBox (free, from Oracle), with Windows 7 as your …Host Operating System, and run it. 2) Use your XP installation disc to install XP as a Guest OS running in VirtualBox. This can be a bit fiddly, but is worth it for the ability to have the best of both worlds. You can also install as guests Linux, even older versions of Win, or even DOS (I've done that, to run old shareware games!) Bob Lindsay-Smith (MORE)
Not directly they're two different operating systems XP being the older one windows 7 being the new one. But most Xp programs Are compatible With Windows Seven........ In fact I cant think of one that isn't. This is coming from a Basic Programmer. Both windows xp and windows 7 are independent from e…ach other. If you are asking will a windows XP program run on windows 7 then the answer will vary by program. There is a compatibility mode in most versions of windows 7 that will make running legacy software possible (MORE)
Windows XP was released in August 2001 whist Windows 7 was released to manufacturer in July 2009 with retail release being October 2009. So Windows XP is around 8 years older than Windows 7.
In what regard? I assume you mean in a network? At home we have a Vista 64bit, XP SP2 and brand new Windows 7 system running on one wireless network. No issues with sharing of files, LAN gaming, ... everything runs smoothly. However, we noticed that you achieve the best results when setting up the… network on the Vista machine. Probably because it's in between of XP and 7. But as far as I can answer your question, yes they are compatible. (MORE)
yes WINDOWS 7 go to control panel>system>change settings>computer name>hit change at the bottom and make a workgroup name. XP go to control panel>system>change settings>computer name>hit change at the bottom and put in the same workgroup name. now, in xp, go to a folder,CD drive,etc. right… click,sharing and select the options you want. 7,right click,sharing tab, advanced sharing,tick share. (MORE)
No. Windows 7 is a newer, more advanced operating system. Both operating systems were launched by Microsoft Corporation. XP was releases on October 25, 2001 and Windows 7 on October 22, 2009. Other Windows 7 tips and tricks are available at the link below. Windows XP is considered better than Win…dows Vista or Windows 7 because it is more easily obtained, although not really legal; as well as a simpler design, stability, and less exploits ad bugs, especially when compared to Windows Vista, one of the worst Windows OS' to date. (MORE)
Other than using more disc space to contain both operating systems, there are no inherent disadvantages.
That depends on what exactly you mean by that. You want to run Windows XP within Windows 7 you need to install Microsoft virtual machine. It's free. You want to replace Seven with XP, then you will need to format the volume where Seven is installed and then install XP.
If you have Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate you can install Windows XP Mode. Or if you want to downgrade you can do a clean install of Windows XP with an installation disk.
if your have windows 7, you have windows 7. if you have windows xp, you have windows xp. that's the difference.
Windows 7 will be installed as a separate operating system. So you can choose, on startup what one you want to use
It depends on many different things including but not limited to your budget, hardware, software you are planning on running (some of it is not compatible with windows 7). Overall windows 7 is more stable than windows xp but requires sufficiently higher resoureses.
although windows 7 is more powerful, has a higher marketing value, and tends to preferred by users it is possible to replace as long as you have the windows 7 and XP disks. RECCOMENDATION: go to best buy and get someone from geek squad to do it, because if you make a mistake you could damage your c…omputer (MORE)
I use windows 7 ultimate and i use *windows xp mode* which you can download if windows 7 is genuine
When you are getting ready to install the OS, either Windows 7 or Windows XP. It has an option to Format or Partition a hard drive. If you use the partition function you can decide how much you want to take out of the hard drive storage.
sp3 is the 3rd service pack (a collection of fixes and patches) for some version of Windows. service packs can't run by themselves, they must be installed on top of an already running compatible version of Windows. sp3 for XP will not install on Vista and vice versa.
you need to create a partition on your hard drive then put 7 on the partition and then get easy bcd 1.7.2
Windows XP and Service Packs cannot be compared because Windows XPis an Operating System (OS) while Service Packs (SP) are acondensed update package to the Operating System (OS). Each SP isassigned a number, with a greater number indicating the lastestversion. So Windows XP has: SP1 Service Pack 1 …SP2 Service Pack 2 SP3 Service Pack 3 The most recent update as of 2012. Each then is known as an update to Windows XP. (MORE)
Following are the boot loader features of windows 7: a) Windows Boot Manager(Bootmgr.exe) b) Windows Operating System loader c) Windows Resume Loader
The installation procedure is very similar, but it's two different operating systems with two different results.
There's no "magical hidden" XP lurking under Windows 7. You could install both operating systems on the same computer and dual-boot, or alternatively (and much less complicated) just get a hypervisor program like Oracle's VirtualBox or Microsoft's own VirtualPC (both of these are free, though you'll… have to have a legitimate copy of XP to install) and install XP on the virtual machine. (MORE)
The following booting files are required to start Windows XP: NTLDR, Boot.ini, and Ntdetect.com. The following files are optional when starting Windows XP: Ntbootdd.sys and Bootsect.dos. The following files are required to start Windows 7/Vista: Bootmgr (Windows Boot Manager) and BCD (Boot Configu…ration Data). (MORE)
You can't just do that unless the underlying hardware of yourcomputer is 64 bit. The 64 bit version of Windows XP released onApril 25, 2005 will not run on a 32 bit computer. If your computer is 64 bit then you can move to 64 bit XP but youwould need to purchase this from somewhere. I am not sure bu…t I donot think Microsoft supports or sells this any more. If you are having problems, may I suggest you try installing Linuxinstead (for free in either 32 or 64 bit versions) it will workmuch faster then Windows. See related link below. (MORE)