How do you put windows xp and windows vista on two hard drives?
You can't. If your computer has multiple hard drives you need to designate one as a master and the other as a slave. The master (or main hard drive) stores and uses the preferrred operating system while the slave serves as primarily data storage. If you put even the same operating system on the hard drives the computer will either hang or crash because it will try to run "multiple instances" of the operating system because it cant differentiate which drive is the master and which is slave regardless of how they are hooked up. The same holds true for using different operating systems on the same machine (Vista and XP). Choose which operating system you really want, install it on the master hard drive, and designate the other as a slave (with NO operating system files on it whatsoever) - its the only way to do it. In order to use both XP and Vista you need two separate computers.
You have windows vista installed if you remove and install a new hard drive can you put windows xp on it?
Yes. Actually, there is no need to remove the hard drive. You can format the existing hard drive and install XP on it as well. Note: Yes, you can there is no need to remove the hard drive. You can format the existing hard drive and install XP. and also you can install both opreting system single computer. XP and vista both.
Simply buy an upgrade version of Windows Vista switch your computer on and put in the disc and follow on screen instructions. Note: Although Windows Vista can run at different levels of the amount of RAM it uses you should have 2GB or more to avoid crashes or other problems with windows vista having less will down the performance of windows vista a lot.
You can not put Windows Vista on your PSP system. However, you can download programs such as PSPWXP which is a series of web pages made to look like the Vista operating system. If you would like to know more about this program, please visit: http://www.sizzledcore.com/2008/05/15/how-to-install-windows-vista-on-psp/
You bought a new computer with Vista pre-installed you were not happy with Vista so you bought a new hard drive and installed Windows XP Pro on it Now your computer will no longer go on standby?
A hard drive is a physical object, like a cake. A hard drive can be partitioned into parts, just like a cake. Your operating system (i.e. Windows) could lead you to believe you have many hard drives when in fact it is the one hard drive, with many drives/partitions. If you wish to merge partitions then you can use a tool like Partition Magic
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