You'll need to partition the disk so that you can have space for both OS's. Then you'll need a bootloader, such as LILO (Linux Loader) or some other bootloader that lets you select the OS. Install whatever Windows OS you need into one partition while the other partition is disabled. Windows will take over every partition on the computer if it can. Then enable the other partition and load whatever OS you want. After that, install the bootloader. Recognize that if you're using Linux of almost any flavor LILO is already there. Good luck.
Four (4) startup disks are needed to boot Windows 2000 from floppy disks.
floppy farst boot drive and install window
It is a set of four rescue disks.
Windows XP boot disks can be purchased at a number of different online sites. Amazon and eBay, for example, sell these boot disks for affordable rates.
Insert the DVD. If a menu pops up with options, you can use it to restart and install Vista. If not, restart your computer. It will need to check to boot from DVD before hard drive.
4 "four" rescue disks.
Simply install the first XP pro, then install the second and it will create an automatic boot menu... if you want to know how to edit the boot menu check my answer on that problem here: If you have two hard disks one with XP as OS the other with WIN 2003 Server and WIN 2000 Server how do you set one to boot as the default
the quickest and easiest way to install Solaris is to boot from the CD / DVD on a Sparc system with an OBP boot cdrom - install
It is possible to install Linux on a Mac using Boot Camp but it can be messy. Option 1: If you have Windows installed is to use the Wubi installer (See links below) to install Linux from within Windows. Option 2: Use Boot Camp to create a Window partition. Boot from the Live CD, run Partition Editor, delete the Windows partition, Run the Installer and install into Free Space. Option 3: Ignore Boot Camp. Run directly from a LiveCD or USB stick. Option 4: Ignore Boot Camp. Run in Virtual Box.
To load the instructions to start-up the operation system.
normally for backup purpouses and boot disks
A boot sector virus is a computer virus infecting the boot sector on hard and floppy disks. When the computer becomes infected and successfully boots, the virus can then infect media that is written to by the infected computer, replicating itself and spreading through the sharing of disks and software applications.
Boot Camp is part of Mac OS X 10.5 'Leopard' and can only be installed on Intel-based Macs. In order to install Boot Camp, launch the Boot Camp Assistant (located in Applications / Utilities / Boot Camp Assistant on a Mac running Mac OS X 10.5 or later), and follow the on-screen instructions. Boot Camp requires a retail copy of Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 or Microsoft Windows Vista (copies of Windows on vendor-specific disks like Dell or HP will not work).
first install the operating systems seperately on both the hard disks. then by changing the BIOS settings u can easily select the hard disk from which u want to boot from , i.e U can select the hard disk from which u want to load the operating system by changing the boot order !
With the recovery disks, just insert disk 1 into your drive, boot laptop to CD and your on the way to recovery.
Boot Camp allows you to install Windows on your Mac and dual boot. Your Mac will look just like a Windows PC when you boot into the Windows partition. You will also have to install Windows Security on that partition to be safe.
You have to use AVH 6.0 by Grisoft, down load the free personal use program from their web site and create boot disks,boot using the disks and run the program it will located and clean the hardrive
The boot sequence allows you to specify which device the computer should attempt to boot from and in which order. You would normally expect to boot from the hard disk, however if you had trouble, you can get a rescue cd/dvd and tel the computer to boot from that in preference, alowing you to get onto the system and fix the problem. It is possible to boot from floppy disks, hard disks, cds, dvds, USB sticks, and possible other devises as well.