WIN2K and XP dual boot

ted

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Hi, I was able to boot both WIn2K and XP (even 98) on the machine for almost
2 years. I accidentally upgrade a Video driver, and I was forced to
install/repair Win2K. After that, the dual boot for the WIn2K can not work.
It is saying something about Windows/Configd is missing.

I had the same experience with such set up on another machine (the mirror of
this machine), and I found if I install/repair the XP again, then I can not
dual boot the WIN2K.

Can some on help on this ? Thanks

ted
 

ted

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I got it resolve. some MS stupid setting...

"Ted" <NOSPAMvisisage@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hi, I was able to boot both WIn2K and XP (even 98) on the machine for
almost
> 2 years. I accidentally upgrade a Video driver, and I was forced to
> install/repair Win2K. After that, the dual boot for the WIn2K can not
work.
> It is saying something about Windows/Configd is missing.
>
> I had the same experience with such set up on another machine (the mirror
of
> this machine), and I found if I install/repair the XP again, then I can
not
> dual boot the WIN2K.
>
> Can some on help on this ? Thanks
>
> ted
>
>
 
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Boot the XP CD-Rom and from the recovery console;
fixboot
to repair the boot sector.

"Ted" wrote:

> Hi, I was able to boot both WIn2K and XP (even 98) on the machine for almost
> 2 years. I accidentally upgrade a Video driver, and I was forced to
> install/repair Win2K. After that, the dual boot for the WIn2K can not work.
> It is saying something about Windows/Configd is missing.
>
> I had the same experience with such set up on another machine (the mirror of
> this machine), and I found if I install/repair the XP again, then I can not
> dual boot the WIN2K.
>
> Can some on help on this ? Thanks
>
> ted
>
>
>