Problem solved; was Dual Boot Xp and Win2000

Discussion in 'Acronis Disk Director Suite' started by Tony Yarwood, Mar 21, 2008.

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  1. Tony Yarwood

    Tony Yarwood Registered Member

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    Hi MC

    Thanks for all your time and patience with this problem. Took me a while to suss it out, but finally cracked it, got xp back, problem solved.

    Best regards

    Tony
     
  2. MudCrab

    MudCrab Imaging Specialist

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    You're welcome.

    Would you mind posting the solution? In the last post in your thread, you said you were still getting the NTLDR error message.
     
  3. Tony Yarwood

    Tony Yarwood Registered Member

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    Hi MC

    Sorry I thought I'd posted the answer in the last thread.

    After booting into w2k (or XP), do Start / Control Panel / System / Advanced / Startup and recovery. If the w2k (or XP) bootmanager is managing your startup you will see the options listed under Default Operating System. From there you can select the default. The edit option also opens the boot.ini file in Notepad.

    Best regards

    Tony
     
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