How do you run Linux and Windows XP on the same computer with one hard drive?

Answer You have to dual boot them.All Linux distributions come with a boot-loader (mostly GRUB or GRUB2), mostly it will auto-detect all your OS's (XP and MEPIS). When you boot your computer, the boot-loa... Read More »

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How to Install Windows 7 on the Same Hard Drive As Windows Vista?

Windows Vista Users, say you just got a new copy of Windows 7 and want to try it out, but you still want to keep your old operating system. Well here are a set of instructions on how to successfull... Read More »

How do I move Windows XP apps from an external hard drive to a new Windows Vista computer?

Uninstall the applications from the Control Panel in Windows XP if they are installed; most programs are licensed to install on one computer at a time. Check the program’s webpage to see if it is... Read More »

In windows 7 there's an option to check my hard drive for errors is this the same as CHKDSK?

Open Computer by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Computer.Right-click the drive that you want to check, and then click Properties..Click the Tools tab, and then, under Error-checking,... Read More »

Can you install Windows 7 OEM on two hard drives of the same computer?

Yes you could. The Microsoft Product Key when activated, is recognized with another signal from the motherboard of the computer. The same motherboard signal would be used for either hard drive, so ... Read More »