If you are trying to set up a dual boot between windows xp and Windows Vista which OS do you install first?
XP, if you can scratch Vista and go for Windows 7
It depends on what you are trying to do. If you install anything over Windows 7 that is not a windows based system you may lose some application functionality if the other system does not have an equivalent. The same could be said if installing Ubuntu, since it may have functionality that is not present in Windows 7.
When installing updates windows 8 fails i turned of windows 8 updates but it still keeps trying to install the one it had previously downloaded how do i delete this?
It is best to let the Windows 8 install completely before trying to delete it. This occurs when the initial download is paused or stopped. Once you complete the first download, you can remove the operating system and begin an entirely new download to prevent Windows 8 from failing again in the future.
What kind of application do you use to open setupexe in order to install Zoo Tycoon CD ROM on MacBook Pro?
By the look of the file that you wish to install onto your MacBook Pro "setupexe", it seems like you are trying to install and use a Windows application. This can be seen because any application with the extension "exe" is an executable file and is made for Windows. You cannot install or use these sorts of application using Mac OS. Unless you have BootCamp and Windows installed on your Mac, you cannot use these…
You have toshiba satellite l40 laptop it came with dos you are planning to install windows xp but when you are trying to install xp it saying no hard disk found?
If you have windows 95 and are trying to upgrade to windows xp but the upgrade won't work what is the problem?
you cannot upgrade from win95 directly to xp without a fresh install, if you have purchased an upgrade disc, you need windows 98 or newer. If you have purchased a regular install disc, back up your important files, and boot from the install disc, you do this by setting the BIOS (in "setup", before the O.S. starts to load)
I've been trying to get an old Xerox WorkCentre XD120f to work with my computer. I've tried using Compatibility mode to install the drivers, but to no avail - once i get through the warnings about uninstalling previous drivers, the program closes itself and nothing happens. What do I do? Using Dell Inspiron with Windows 8.1.
A lot of games have mac versions of their games, for example all of the sims games have mac versions... but if the game you're trying to play is not a mac version you can't play it on a mac unless you install vmware fusion or paralells, both of which allow you to install windows on a mac sorry that I could be more help CrossOver Games is software that will allow some Windows games…
What should you do if you get the error message 'installation failed d 1386 asm' trying to install Windows XP Home Edition?
How can you put two Operating Systems on two hard drives like Windows XP on hard drive 1 and Linux on hard drive 2?
I'd just like to say first off, it's very nice to see people trying out Linux! Hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Basically, you just Install Windows on one drive, then install Linux on the other. Both drives have to be attatched to the computer. Then insert your Windows or Linux installation CD, and install like you normally would, except select the drive to install onto as the other hard drive. With…
If you are trying to install Windows XP on a computer with a CD / DVD drive but you do not have a Windows CD, you can make a "ghost" copy of your hard drive. This "ghost" can be used to copy Windows back to a hard drive bit by bit. You should have a fresh / working copy of Windows running first to make a ghost. If you have a CD but no disc…
I am trying to open a wlmp file windows live movie maker on my XP system Live movie maker only runs on Windows 7 or Vista Through all my research i have not come across a way to do this?
Most programs designed for the 32-bit version of Windows will work on the 64-bit version of Windows. Notable exceptions are many antivirus programs. Device drivers designed for the 32-bit version of Windows don't work on computers running a 64-bit version of Windows. If you're trying to install a printer or other device that only has 32-bit drivers available, it won't work correctly on a 64-bit version of Windows. Keep in mind "Windows 7 Pro" arrives…
What is different between a 32-bit version of Windows 7 and a 64-bit version of Windows 7 when trying to install drivers?
The only difference comes at when you are getting the drivers. While installing 32-bit drivers to a 64-bit computer, the installation might be successful. However, when installing 64-bit drivers to a 32-bit computer, the drivers will not install. But it is good to get drivers that match your computer bit system.
If you have the hardware to support Windows 98 you can use Microsoft Virtual PC to install multiple Operating Systems that run on your current OS. Microsoft Virtual PC software is free; it is just a shell however that allows you install Operating Systems just as you would on a new hard drive, provided you have a valid OS on disk like Windows 98. You can download Virtual PC at Microsoft's official website. You may…
It depends if you are trying to put it on and it won't work, or if it doesn't say it is designed for it. If you are trying to put it on and it won't work, you can't get it to work. If it says it isn't designed for it, it only means it was designed to have a different Operating System. So, it might work. But if it is a really old laptop, chances…
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.
How can i reformat my windows vista laptop my disk works but won't get past the windows loading files screen?
Is there anything like a Windows Interface Adaptor which would help us to execute a code written on Linux using remote windows server?
Your question isn't exactly clear on whether you are trying to run a program on Linux or Windows, using one to control the other from a distance. If you are trying to control a Linux server from Windows, you can use a program called PuTTY to log into it remotely. If you are using Linux, a few Remote Desktop Protocol programs to control Windows are available.
1. If you have a license for one copy of windows, it won't work. You'll always have problems if all 10 computers are trying to run off the same license. 2. If you have purchased multiple licenses, you can just create a directory on each computer called /WINDOWS/system32 then boot each computer from a floppy and install XP from the created directory. Again, that won't work very well if you only have a single license…
Windows 7 keeps trying to install the same updates after they are installed even after the reboot Win7 comes back with a msg that says 3 updates are being installed every time it is shut down?
I'm not sure whether you are trying to locate Windows Movie Maker or Windows Media Player. For Windows Media Player: > Click Start orb, All Programs and Windows Media Player or > Click Start orb and type: Windows Media Player into the Search bar To find Windows Movie Maker, try the same method above or: > Click Start orb and type: MOVIEMK.exe into the Search bar
The autoexec.bat and the config.sys were files created for MS-DOS and Windows 3.x as an easy solution of loading the files required for various devices as well as the operating system to properly run. These files are required for later revisions of MS-DOS and Windows 3.x to load. Because Microsoft is trying to steer away from MS-DOS, these files are not required for Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP…
I have windows xp home edition I received the following error lsass.exe When trying to update a password the return status indicates that the value provided as the current password is not correct?
How are you trying to import the video? With Windows Movie Maker, Windows Photo Gallery (or other program)? Windows Photo Gallery should work for importing your hd camcorder video. Windows Movie Maker is rather persnickety with importing (my experience anyhow). Open Windows Photo Gallery and click on File, Import from Scanner or Camera.
No, not really. A lot of people dislike Windows 8, and are trying to avoid it, often by using Windows 7 instead. In fact, Windows 8.0 was such a flop that Microsoft had to create 8.1, in which they fixed some bugs, and put back the start menu. 8.1 has been met with better success, but people still don't like the "tablet" style system, or the greater internet dependence as much. For this reason, Windows…
Yup, you can also run windows on a mac. Most document files will open in the mac equivalent of their software and the full Microsoft office suite is available for mac. Failing that, install windows under 'bootcamp' or using virtualisation software like vmware fusion or parallels. No idea why you'd want to run windows programmes on a mac though - a bit like trying to play an 8 track on a blu-ray machine.
enabling a technology DOES NOT means it will be implemented. Example: Microsoft Windows invent and Enable for all of us to use .wma (Windows Media Audio) format which Microsoft has been trying to implement the technology in every version of windows almost nobody use it/implement because everybody prefer mp3's.