Yes, you can. Split the disk in at least 2 partitions. First install Windows 2000 on disk C and then install Windows 7 on the disk D. You can install Windows 2000 on disk D and then Windows 7 on disk C. But the order of installation must be preserved.
It was a reference to the year 2000, like Windows 95 was to 1995 and Windows 98 to 1998 etc.
Just make sure you are installing a version that is designed for your Operating System (OS). i.e. Windows 7, Windows Millennium, Windows 2000, etc.
You cannot perform an upgrade install from Windows ME to Windows 2000. Windows 2000 was actually released before Windows ME, and thus will not accept it as a valid upgrade target. You must format the hard drive and install a full version of Windows 2000 if you want to replace Windows ME.
Yes, you can.
No. Upgrades are only supported from Windows XP. You would need to do a clean install to upgrade from 98, ME, or 2000.
Unless their is an updated version of Lstyle, you will not be able to install it on Windows 2000. The older version will not run because the file structure is different in the older versions of Windows.
Create two partitions in ur hard drive and install Windows '98 on Drive C and install Windows 2000 on Drive D to another partition.
You can not download IIS 5.1. You can only install IIS from the your Windows Installation CD. IIS 5.1 can only be installed if you are using Windows XP. IIS 5.0 comes with Windows 2000, and IIS 6 comes with Windows Server 2003.
I suggest that you DON'T do this for certain reasons... for example: there are newer 3d chips.
Best way is to copy off the files you want, then format the drive and install WIndows 2000 from scratch. It always works far better that way than to try to do an Upgrade from one OS to another.
You can install by either starting the installation from a previous version of Windows (upgrade), or by creating 4 boot floppies using a tool included on the Windows 2000 CD.
Windows 98 uses an older technology based on DOS, Windows 2000 is based on the NT Kernel. Sometimes Windows NT OS's don't work right with old dos files.With a clean install, you get a fresh start. With an upgrade, problems with applications or the OS may follow you into the new load.Install off of your Windows 2000 CD and then have Windows search for your Win 98 CD when it checks for valid upgrade path.
A millennium is 1,000 years for example 2000 is the year of a new millennium
No special action is needed. Windows 2000 supports APM (Advanced Power Management).
Always Install Windows 2000 by formatting your root drive. Otherwise you will face a lot of problems Regards Nauman
Millennium Force was created in 2000.
Windows 2000 can be upgraded directly using Windows XP Professional or Windows Server 2003. The newest operating system in it's class is Windows Vista Business or Windows Server 2008, depending on whether you are using Professional or Server, respectively.
i'll have to be honest with you, but i have no opinion. i have grown up with the operating systems of windows windows 98 windows 98 second edition windows millennium edition windows 2000 windows server 2003 windows whistler windows xp windows longhorn windows vista windows 7 windows 8 that is all i will say
Well, the huge difference between Windows 95 and Windows 2000 is that since Windows 95 is five years older than Windows 2000 Windows 95 is on the lower end of the scale of revolutionary technology. Another big thing is the startup sound's origins of the two OSes. Windows 95s startup sound was made (ironically) by someone on a MAC, while Windows 2000s was made on a cheap piano.... Windows 95 was missing a lot of tools used on Windows 2000, and one huge one was USB support. See, Windows 95 needs an add-on for it to support USB, while Windows 2000 came with support standard. But then again, did USB even exist in 1995? Another big fact is that the two OSes are targeted at different parts of life: 95 is targeted for educational and home use while Windows 2000 is a "Professional" (buisiness-targeted) OS. But Microsoft also created a (unstable) home version of 2000 dubbed Millennium Edition. (Millennium Edition is commonly known as ME)
Windows 2000 will automatically use the FAT32 file system
If you were born in the year of 2000 you are a millennium baby.
The 2nd millennium AD.
Set the primary partition containing Windows XP to active