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#20372 23-Mar-2008 22:56
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Vista was installed on partition 1,and microsoft windows xp on the 2 nd partition. i installed xp after installing vista so i tried using EasyBCD 1.5 to add the grub of vistaand now its is fine.but once again when i star4t vista and if i want to go to xp the following problem arises:


Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. To fix the problem:

1. Insert your windows installation disc and restart your computer.
2. Choose your language settings, and then click 'Next'
3. Click 'Repair your computer'

If you do not have this disc, contact your system administrator or computer administrator for assistance.

File: \ntldr

Status: 0xc000000f

Info: The selected entry could not be loaded because the application is missing or corrupt


hey plzzz nyone help me........ immediately...i am waitin for a long time.

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#118289 23-Mar-2008 23:30
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Are you asking for help to boot XP or Vista? It sounds like you are asking about XP. You have told us that you have overwritten this partition with Vista.

If so, XP is gone...

Please be clear - I am sure that no on reading this is 100% certain of what your issue is.







 
 
 

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  #118290 23-Mar-2008 23:40
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Now I have been able to successfully multiboot to XP/Vista before but after my install today I am only able to boot to Vista.


after that again i cam bak to vista.....and when i am going bak to xp i.e in the boot screen i am having the options


microsoft windows vista
earlier version of windows

and once after using vista and  if i want to go to xp it is sayin that the error is as follows:

Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause. To fix the problem:

1. Insert your windows installation disc and restart your computer.
2. Choose your language settings, and then click 'Next'
3. Click 'Repair your computer'

If you do not have this disc, contact your system administrator or computer administrator for assistance.

File: \ntldr

Status: 0xc000000f

Info: The selected entry could not be loaded because the application is missing or corrupt


hey bro its alredy posted here...  http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=45&TopicId=10033


but i dindt get adamj ... what he meant ??


in that post the ans given is ( Needed to boot the legacy OS from C:, even tho Vista is installed on C:)

 i mailed him but no reply bro...plzz help me  bro.................

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  #118320 24-Mar-2008 09:05
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This happens every single time I install XP and Vista and overwrite the boot loader with Vista.

The files are shifted onto the Vista partition.

Shift the following files below into the XP partition (e.g. if Vista is on C: and XP on D:, go to C: and find these files (they should be right there) and move them straight to D: and nowhere else):
  • NTLDR
  • BOOT.INI
  • AUTOEXEC.BAT
  • NTDETECT.COM
That will solve your problems.




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#118321 24-Mar-2008 09:15
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Tsaliki: Vista was installed on partition 1, overwriting "Microsoft Windows XP Professional (Old)".


How many Windows XP partitions you had? If you installed over the old and only one then it is gone. Note the word "overwtiting" you used there.




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  #118392 24-Mar-2008 16:44
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hey bro no i am havin two partitions one is for vista and the other is xp........

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  #118393 24-Mar-2008 16:49
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hey the same error is posted here by adamj

     http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=45&TopicId=10033



   but i dint get him...what he exactly wawnt to say....can anyone help me by seeing it........



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  #118399 24-Mar-2008 17:23
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What he meant by this:

adamj: Thanks. I have now resolved the issue (Needed to boot the legacy OS from C:, even tho Vista is installed on C:)

I think meant:

"I needed to boot XP from C:, even though Vista is on C:"

... meaning the XP boot files must have been on C:.

As before, I've had this problem numerous times (I format a lot Laughing - it always occurs when using the Vista Startup Repair tool)

Try my instructions from my previous post.




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  #118405 24-Mar-2008 17:32
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hey bro where to copy those boot files in c and how to copy??? plzz help me clearly...........

and where is ur previous tool bro??

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  #118406 24-Mar-2008 17:34
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Tsaliki: and where is ur previous tool bro??

I mean my previous post. Not a tool.




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  #118407 24-Mar-2008 17:39
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 hey bro those are hidden files or what????where exactly can u tell the location of those files???

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  #118408 24-Mar-2008 17:40
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Tsaliki: hey bro those are hidden files or what????where exactly can u tell the location of those files???

Calm down... as I told you it's in my previous post. If you could just have a moment to slowly read through the instructions, and come back with better remarks.




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  #118410 24-Mar-2008 17:45
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hey bro jus now u edited the previous post i guess... i had seen ur post...but i will say claerly my prob...

can u tell me waht r those xp XP boot files???hey plzz bro.. i dont know munch abt it?? and where can be those files in xp??

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  #118413 24-Mar-2008 17:49
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This happens every single time I install XP and Vista and overwrite the boot loader with Vista.

The files are shifted onto the Vista partition.

Shift the following files below into the XP partition (e.g. if Vista is on C: and XP on D:, go to C: and find these files (they should be right there) and move them straight to D: and nowhere else):

* NTLDR
* BOOT.INI
* AUTOEXEC.BAT
* NTDETECT.COM

That will solve your problems.



hey bro dis is ur  previosu post ryt??? now where exactly those files r there i.e NTLDR and all.... shuold i move them to c folder??? already i am havin ntldr and bootsect.bak in c ..but i guess those r vista files..............

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  #118417 24-Mar-2008 17:56
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I think I have been as clear as I can in that post. I even put an example of the drive letters.

Here is a reiteration: copy the files straight to the XP drive - and just at the top directory and nowhere else.




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  #118420 24-Mar-2008 18:03
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can u plzz tell where r those files?? i am able to find only ntldr ....thats all bro......

   NTLDR
* BOOT.INI
* AUTOEXEC.BAT
* NTDETECT.COM

u meant to say is like dis i guess

if vista is on c and xp is on d then we hav to move the above 4 files to d drive ...ryt?????

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