Boot.ini windows xp

After copying the files listed above to the diskette and setting editing the boot. This value may be between "0" and "3" and is always set to "0" when "scsi x " is being used. If you have an option in the boot menu that doesn't work, such as a missing version of Windows. The next section, or the "operating system" section, is used to list and specify the location of each of the operating systems installed on the computer.

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We're seeking examples of BOOT. The first drive has two partitions. Write down any error messages you see on the screen when trying to boot up your computer! Please select the operating system to start: We recommend that the timeout be set to at least five seconds.

All submitted content is subject to our Terms Of Use. To edit this file we recommend you follow the steps below. The next section, or the "operating system" section, is used to list and specify the location of each of the operating systems installed on the computer. file for Win/XP/

If you already deleted the new OS, you'll need to: January 1, Read our Feedback page for some helpful thoughts related to boot up issues and to contact us for more information.

Each of the articles above contain examples of a BOOT. However, this is irrelevant, since you can change it to anything you want when editing the file! I have two hard drives installed: As far as i know boot.

Causes the operating system to use a standard VGA display when booting into the operating system.

Causes the operating system to ignore the memory specified after the switch. INI xpp on your own for further editing; such as arranging the order in which the OS selections appear in the menu. Help and information with the file boot.

bboot.ini Then you should be able to install windowz other drive provided it has a primary partition. If your computer does not have multiple operating systems, but this menu still appears each time your computer boots, it is likely that your boot. For troubleshooting and advanced startup options for Windows, press F8. This file is used by Microsoft Windows as a method of displaying a menu of operating systems currently on the computer and allowing the user to select what operating system to load.

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One thing specific to NT-Type boot-up issues: If multiple operating systems are configured in boot. You'll see a line similar to this: These switches can be used to help windoes or troubleshoot a computer.

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Which partition the operating system is on.


Well, it's actually a lot easier and safer to simply change the menu. In this case, we have to assume for now that you deleted a critical component. If you want winfows call them something else, just change the name within the quotation marks. Finally, the last portion of this line defines the directory of where Windows is located and what the boot menu should display as the operating system.

Now you know why the second line in boot. So, if you decide to delete the new OS, simply set your old OS as the default boot OS and uncheck the item for displaying the menu list or manually set it to zero; same result. In the above example, we are using boot.inu rdisk of "1", which indicates the second disk on the primary controller is being used.

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