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Thread: How 2 Run 2 Os On 1 Comp

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    how can i run win2k server edition on my computer at the moment i am running win me and want 2 run win2k beside it i want to be able to select which one i want to run at startup

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    Partition your harddrive. I don't know how tho since I haven't done it but search it in google. It'll give u some good links.

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    go to this Microsoft Website

    It'll answer a lot of your questions.

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    As far as I know you need to create a new dos partition first in fdisk. Then you install the os to that partition
    I don't know anymore becuase I have never tried this:
    http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/

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    Originally posted by fallenknight308@18 April 2003 - 16:41
    As far as I know you need to create a new dos partition first in fdisk. Then you install the os to that partition
    I don't know anymore becuase I have never tried this:
    http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/
    (edit) Looks like I didn't need to even post

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    Originally posted by DeltaOmega553@19 April 2003 - 01:33
    go to this Microsoft Website

    It'll answer a lot of your questions.
    yeah but only about microsoft os's

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    Hey, how do you make your signature green like that? i can't change the color.

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    First, get rid of Windows me. My God that is a bad start. I suggest using Windows 98 SE, if you need that to rin certain programs.


    Get XP instead of Win2K too. XP is so much better.

    Here is why I say use Win98 and XP. If you install Win98 on one partion(or hard drive), then install XP on the other partion(or hard drive), you will automatically get a choice of Win98 or XP before the computer completely boots.

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    It's easier with partition magic 8 .
    It has a wizard to install the new operating system

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    Originally posted by Spindulik@19 April 2003 - 02:17


    Here is why I say use Win98 and XP. If you install Win98 on one partion(or hard drive), then install XP on the other partion(or hard drive), you will automatically get a choice of Win98 or XP before the computer completely boots.
    By the way won't you get the choice with Win ME as well as 98se?

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