Yea, I'm going to go with not having Win95, and just VMing it.
Heh well I installed, Ubuntu and Fedora the other day. I'm not sure if I installed Grub properly. But they both worked after installation.
Anyway though, I'm having problems installing Mac OS X. It seems to not recognize my...
First picture shows different pins on either side:
3rd pin on motherboard is empty,
2nd pin on floppy is empty
Not sure if that is an issue.
I put in my Windows 95 CD and boot floppy
Then I try a Vista made MS DOS boot disk, and then I try Windows 1.0 startup disk...
They are both the identical Disk 3, just formatted and then re-setup.
"Previous setup attempt with multi-boot that things were messed up with another boot manager"
"New setup with drives formatted, but nothing installed"
I can't see anywhere in DM to set the Windows 7 logical partition...
I haven't installed anything yet.
I just am pre partitioning things right now, with my other Vista computer, because if I didn't the drives had boot managers screwing things up, and I probably couldn't try to install Windows 95 on a system with 7 already installed.
Well I'm going to DL Ubuntu 9.10 DVD now. (it'll take a little while for a bit, I have torrent throttling during certain time periods)
But I'll take some quick screenshots of the floppy situation in a little while.
And to confirm what you said earlier, a HDD can have 4 primary partitions no...
Thanks again coolname
I was planning on using the Ubuntu 8.04 DVD I had dled a little while back, but since there is 9.10 I guess I'll DL that DVD now.
So should I install Fedora before Ubuntu or after?
and although it would be better if they have separate entries on the boot manager, I...
2. I have no problem disconnecting and reconnecting hard drives if it is necessary? If I change the boot order of Hard Disk Drives in BIOS, that would do the trick?
So I'm assuming you are implying the 3 Windows on say
1. 1st Master: IDE 320 GB
2. SATA 1: 120 GB
Ok, first I'll say I tried a couple other boot managers and could manage to get a dual-boot.
However things kind of went to hell with a multiboot, although I'm new to dual/multi-booting.
However it seems EasyBCD might actually be the best solution and work.
1. I've downloaded EasyBCD...