Multi Windows OS on 1 PC

June 27, 2009 at 07:23:00
Specs: Windows 7
i have a intel pc with windows vista on it, it has 2 ide hard drives one for data only the other has vista on it, i have 2 sata ports currently unused i want to configure the pc so that windows 7 is on sata1 the data drive on sata2 the xp drive on ide1 and the vista drive on ide2 plus i have a dvd rom drive non sata and a non sata dvd rw drive how do i configure it to show me a boot menu on startup where i choose on bootup which os to boot into? and which drives have to be masters and which ones have to be slaves?

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#1
June 27, 2009 at 07:38:56
This is the CPU/overclocking forum. Try asking your question in the proper forum (Windows 7 maybe?). And try using commas...your question reads like sh!t.

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#2
June 27, 2009 at 07:48:57
i couldn't find any operating system section on here, i have no idea where the right place is, if a moderator wants to move it to the right place they can, as for grammer im not very good at it so don't know where to use commas etc.

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#3
June 27, 2009 at 07:54:05
The moderators don't move posts...they delete them. Why is it so difficult to find the proper forum? They're listed in several places on every page. All you have to do is look. Here, I'll make it easy:

CLICK HERE!


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#4
June 27, 2009 at 08:09:27
well apparently i cant post it anywhere else so youll just have to get used to it sorry mate i cant help the way this stupid place works

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#5
June 27, 2009 at 08:50:08
Computing.net is probably the #1 free tech support forum on the internet. If you can't figure out how to use it, it's not the "place" that's stupid.

"apparently i cant post it anywhere else so youll just have to get used to it"

Get used to it? I'm not gonna answer a Windows 7 question in the CPU forum & neither will anyone else. You need to post in the correct forum. That's why there's individual forums in the 1st place...to keep all common topics together.

And how much easier can I make it for you? I gave you a link to the Windows 7 forum...all you need to do is click on it? Do I have to walk you thru what to do next?? Try clicking on "New Topic"...it's a blue button with the grey "New" balloon just above "Windows 7 Knowledge Base"...then fill out the form.


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#6
June 27, 2009 at 09:29:25
i did that but it will not let me post the question i cant delete this thread so until you talk me through the process of deleting this thread i cannot post it anywhere else, what i will now do is email all email address's on the contact us page regular with this query until i get an answer.

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#7
June 27, 2009 at 20:18:25
You can't delete your post...it's here to stay. And if you attempt to post these question in another one of the forums, you have to change the title of the post & the wording within it. You can NOT just copy/paste what you wrote in the OP. It's pooly written away. Clean it up & try the Windows 7 forum.

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#8
June 28, 2009 at 00:13:02
i have managed to post it in the windows 7 after rewording it, heres the link. http://www.computing.net/answers/wi...

thanks for helping me get this posted in the right place.


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