I was able to work this all out using EasyBCD to setup my Linux partition. I also found my boot.ini while booted into Linux. Funny it didn't show up with show hidden files and folders checked. All is good.
I have a laptop dualbooting Vista Home Premium SP1/XP Home SP2. I'm trying to set up a tripleboot with Puppy Linux 4.00. Vista and XP boot OK.
I'm using Neogrub. Grub loads when I select Puppy from the menu but then goes to the command line and no Puppy. Puppy installed on sda3 along side an XP...
Hello, I have a succesful Vista Home Premium SP1/XP Home SP2 dualboot setup on my laptop.
I have another laptop dualbooting Puppy Linux 4.00/XP Home SP2. The Linux laptop has both OS's on the same partition and works well. I'd like to setup the Vista/XP laptop with a triple boot adding Puppy...
Terry I actually prefer having XP offline when booted into Vista, I have a seperate data partition to access in both OS's. Having the XP partition offline makes it safer from getting infected by virii that I might come across while booted in Vista. It also makes virus/registry scans quicker.
Hello, newbie dualbooter here. Just setup my new laptop with Vista Home Premium SP1and XP Home SP2.
EasyBCD made it a cakewalk. Only problem is when I get to the boot menu
there is no option for F8 advanced boot options for XP, though that option exists
for Vista. Any ideas? I tried searching...