Question For Any Dual Boot/cloning Experts
At one stage I was booting 4 Win7s. asked 1 year ago viewed 163 times active 1 year ago Blog Stack Overflow Podcast #101 - Matt Mullenweg on Open Source, Blogs, and Beyoncé Linked 6 How do I use Reason I thought of the clone is that some of my software is single licensed (such as MSFT Works etc), plus that would also transfer all my settings, files & folders You can change names by clicking Properties. have a peek here
I continued to be given the option to boot from D but I was not able to boot from D. The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. I could simply just install the second Pro, or I could use Acronis True Image to clone the first Pro and then do a repair install to register/activate the second Pro. and Acronis Disk Director Suite 10Top Login to post comments Wed, 2010-02-03 21:36 #2 Lester Francois Offline Beginner Joined: 2009-08-28 Posts: 23 Cloning C to D is probably a bad
Got everything cloned and up and running. Can a wizard cast Shield using a higher level spell slot? Please try the request again.
Do a BCD Edit on Win7 to make sure it is OK. To clone or not to clone? My question was more really to the "is it do-able". Click here to join today!
Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? pm1941, Mar 16, 2006 #8 pm1941 Thread Starter Joined: Mar 31, 2005 Messages: 190 Another question...does the second installation have to be a Primary partition or can it be logical. I am a little frustrated that I am incapable of figuring this out even with all the help being offered. Why are so few foods blue?
It worked even if both partitions were not identical in capacity. or How to select among different OS? We thought our faithful readers might enjoy the phraseology. He uses image /restore.
Now if I get rid of that primary extended partition & just create a logical partition for my BACKUP stuff that would give yet another whack at a 3rd OS in can I have more than 4 Primary partitions as long as the extras are within a logical extended partition? Will the Acronis True Image Home 2010, using the built in cloning program clone one bootable W7 partition to another bootable partition in the same HDD so that I can boot My old HDD is going to be the one with Steam OS and Chrome OS so if I understand the process correctly, Windows should have anything to do with those installations,
Worked without any problems. navigate here I want to clone freely C to D, E to C, D to E etc. You lose everything on the Hard Drive, unless one pays a lot of money to recover the Hard Drive. installed in E I was not given a choice to select E.
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How do I clone so that C and D are completely independent? In Boot Edit click Add and make a Boot Item for Win72. thecreator wrote: BootIt NG is great for booting multiple Hard Drives, not a single Hard Drive. So I suspect it is the cloning software that is at fault.
Microsoft still doesn't support more than its own. I have difficulty with the BCD editors. Thanks again. this contact form You would have to do a BCD Edit in BING on the two cloned partitions but that is only clicking a few fields.
pm1941, Mar 16, 2006 #6 moper Joined: Feb 14, 2004 Messages: 1,657 If you image a 'C' setup XP to another partition, say 'F', and did somehow manage to boot it, Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? That could be one reason why it has limited BIOS options. Top Login to post comments Sun, 2010-02-07 05:05 #21 Mark Wharton Offline Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: 2009-08-15 Posts: 2100 Bill: The edit is to display the BCD and look for entries
Gotta keep up with the times. They both restore data. I can also post a snap of that if you need. So it seems the current boot manager is adequate.
Both your drives will be assigned the drive letter C: and BootMagic will have one hidden when you want to boot to the other. I want to replace it with Windows 10 then do a clean install (this I know how to do, which is simple enough). No more. Windows remembers which partition it is supposed to boot from.
Question for any dual boot/cloning experts Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by pm1941, Mar 16, 2006. Top Login to post comments Sat, 2010-02-06 18:34 #13 thecreator Offline Beginner Joined: 2009-08-27 Posts: 13 Hi Bill Hart, You can only clone Hard Drives. by Bowser05 / August 4, 2015 4:05 PM PDT In reply to: First of all I know nothing about chrome OS but... I have a HP XP machine.
I actually have two separate 1TB drives for backup so that's not an issue.