Question

Locked

Not able to install dual-boot operating system...

By h.yuvaraja ·
Hi everyone....
I am currently using Windows 7& i want to have Linux operating system.So i planned
to install after installing the Windows 7.Then i installed Redhat 6 version correctly ,using grub loader i mentioned the other operating system..when i boot it loads grub it shows 2 operating system in list..when i try to boot the windows 7 ,Its booting showing ,boot manager missing...& i used the recovery cd cleared the error..but my linux is not running......how i should boot ?

myself having 2ghz core2duo processor & 4GB ram tooo......help me pls...

This conversation is currently closed to new comments.

7 total posts (Page 1 of 1)  
| Thread display: Collapse - | Expand +

All Answers

Collapse -

Where did you install 7?

by OH Smeg In reply to Not able to install dual- ...

You should install the first OS to the Root of the Boot Drive and the second OS to either another drive or another Partition on the Boot Drive.

If you install the Second OS to the Root of the Boot Drive the Boot Files for the first OS are overwritten when you install the second OS.

Though from memory Red Hat 6 is very old wouldn't you want to try something much newer like Fedora 15 which is the current development of the Open Source version of Red Hat?

http://fedoraproject.org/get-fedora

Col

Collapse -

Reponse To Answer

by seanferd In reply to Where did you install 7?

http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/grub-2.html#mozTocId722095
For help and links to more help grub/2 proper procedure, etc.

Collapse -

VMWare workstation may be a better option

by robo_dev In reply to Not able to install dual- ...

It's not cheap, but it works.

The simplest and most reliable way to run multiple OS on one PC is to swap hard drives. The second most reliable method is to run each OS in a virtual machine, which is much easier.

The snapshot feature of VMware is invaluable, too. While Windows system restore works most of the time, VMware snapshots work much more reliably. And of course snapshots don't care what OS is on the VM or what changed...it just goes back.

Collapse -

Reponse To Answer

by markp24 In reply to VMWare workstation may be ...

VMware is awesome, but if your on a budget you can use an alternative like vitrtualbox also

Collapse -

Hello "h.yuvaraja"....

You might like this free Bootloader, it does a very good job that you are looking for:
http://gag.sourceforge.net/

Collapse -

Reponse To Answer

by h.yuvaraja In reply to Hello "h.yuvaraja&qu ...

Thank u...........

Back to Storage Forum
7 total posts (Page 1 of 1)  

Related Discussions

Related Forums