Jump to content

jooman360

Members
  • Content Count

    9
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Posts posted by jooman360

  1. i have fedora but i want to go back to xp, but when i put in the windows boot disk it won't load , im thinking because of the format, but how do i reformat my hardrive then, when i can't use the windows disk

  2. Which OS did you install last? If you installed XP last, the XP bootloader wrote over grub (linux boot loader). If this is the case, you will have to reinstall grub and configure it to boot linux and XP.

     

     

     

    i had xp installed first

  3. Describe your system a little better.

     

    Are you using a drive for windows and a drive for linux or do you have both on the same drive?

    Did you see any errors during the Fedora install of grub?

     

    P38

     

     

    they are on the same drive there are no errors it just boots windows like i never put linux on my machine

  4. i just got the latest version of fedora , i had xp installed and then installed fedora , and i installed the grub loader , but it

    boots to windows every time. can any one explain to me how to get the grub loader to work. my mother board i pretty new

    so it should work with the bios

  5. ok i have a 100 gig drive which i install and am running windows xp pro to which is the master a drive i keep all my back ups the slave drive and i have a 20gig i want to install suse is there a program that lets me choose the operating system from separate unpartitioned drives

  6. does suse 64 bit run slow on a non 64 bit machine cuz my friend got it and said it was slow but i think he used a crappy computer and not the one he uses

     

    From what I understand, it's not possible to run 64-bit (x86-64) software on a 32-bit (x86) computer. However, it is possible the other way round, although you shouldn't notice a significant performance different between running the 32-bit and 64-bit versions on a 64-bit machine.

     

    Does this answer your question?

     

     

    yes i think so thanks alot

×
×
  • Create New...