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System is booting but display is not comming

My pc is HCl pc, I have 2 OSs in my system one is linux and other one is XP. when I restart my system and if I boot from XP display is not comming.But if I boot from linux display is comming what could be the most problem.I recently purchased my system.

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U cannot use linux and xp in single system.....because linux boot loader is highier version so it will not allow the win xp boot...u need to format the system and install the xp itself..thanks

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I was given an HP Mini 1120NR netbook as a gift. The system came with Linux OS installed. My system crashed due to a power failure while I was restoring my system and simulatneously charging my battery,...


first error is step on, never install OS with bad or dead battery
rule 1. so why not stop now and do step one right.
if battery is bad it must be removed and replaced.
as most are this old. ,never seen own old battery like this still good.

This LP stink, have one new parked in attic. hated it.
love Linux do but had the slug processor.
1.60 GHz Intel Atom Processor N270
see that processor, its not a real Intel top class processor
its toy grade.
this mini is setup to boot 2 ways
1 is ROM linux inside
and 2, vista?

mine has a rom imbedded Linux in it that runs using alt boot mode.
but is hard coded in the ROM.
called RESIDENT LINUX. (or techs call it Embedded)


is that failing? or the DVD OS failing?>
the note book can have
ROM LINUX (for ever, its in A CHIP, not HDD)
+ boot hdd linux. boot hdd, XP or Vista.
as you can see you could have 2 linux,
one in rom, and newer one in HDD.
but many linux made do not support the silly ATOM processor.

which OSs are you attempting.

why not buy the HP media kit installs.

https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-mini-1100-pc-series/3875650/model/3860343

here is the driver pages
the media kits are there too.

ask more questions, i played with mine awhile., before parking it.
the claim to fame on this unit
is hDD turned off
boot to rom LINUX and battery lasts 10 hours
can cruse web and read email, on ROM.
very crafty idea but processor is stinker.
maybe ill put in an SSD and see if it can run faster. next winter

Apr 09, 2017 | HP Mini 1120NR PC Notebook

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I have a gateway 500xl that the previous owner reformatted the harddrive wiping the xp operating system. I've upgraded the ram but without an op system I cannot turn the machine on. I need to install...


Hi there.

For this process you will need:
1) The hard drive you want the operating system on.
2) The operating system disk (Windows, Linux, etc, depending on your os choice)
3) A CD/DVD drive.

Firstly you will need to enter the BIOS on startup by pressing the Delete key repeatedly as your system starts up. In the BIOS you need to locate the boot disk priority section. You need to set priority 1 to your CD/DVD drive and priority 2 to the hard drive you wish to install the operating system to. Once this is done save changes to the BIOS and exit. Your system should now restart and on boot-up it should display a message "Insert bootable disk" or something like that. This is where you put in the operating systems install disk into your CD/DVD drive. Once it is in restart your system. Now your PC should boot up and ask you to press "Enter" to boot form the CD/DVD. Press enter to proceed. The setup should now begin, just follow the steps given by the setup wizard. Once the setup is finished and your PC reboots and on startup you get the same message about pressing "Enter" to begin setup just do nothing. Your PC should then switch automatically to your newly installed operating system and boot into it. Once your PC is fully booted into your operating system of choice remove the setup disk.

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Nov 13, 2010 | Gateway 500XL PC Desktop

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The computer will not boot up.


It may caused by the curreption(deletion) of important system files,
You can format and reinstall xp,vista,win 7,linux,mac os .
Restart computer when booting goes on press F5 Or DEL key to goto bios setup menu change boot order to first cd drive then hdd
PressF10 and press Y and enter.
computer will restart
Insert xp,vista,win 7,linux,mac os cd.
Press enter to boot from cd
Follow the instructions
Then your problem will solve.


Jul 28, 2010 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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I purchased A HCL branded Windows XP Home edition with SP1 during the year 2004. Till now I have not used much. Due to development in software the latest version of antivirus could not be loaded. Hence...


First I'd try booting the PC, as its booting press the F8 key several times. This, with luck, will offer several boot options. Choose Safe mode. (A stripped out version of windows)

Assuming it boots into safe mode, Click on start - all programmes - Accessories - System Tools - System restore.

Restore to a date prior to the SP2 installation.

If all that works, update by going through the windows update software - Start - All Programmes - Windows update.

That will update your o's to SP3.

Failing that, without a copy of windows you're a bit stuck.

However, if you are stuck and don't want to pay again for an operating system, you could download and install "Ubuntu" for free. Its a linux based operating system. Just Google Ubuntu, all instructions are on the web page.

Jun 28, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Dell dimension 5100 original partitions have been wiped .. Now need to reinstall xp . I can not. Selected boot device not available. can not do ctrl-f11 anymore of course btw just in case you were thinking...


If you are getting message the message "selected boot device not available" that is because you have do not have a bootable HDD (Hard Disk). Please do the following:

Insert the Windows XP Operating system Disk.
Restart the computer and start Tapping the F12 key, It will give you the boot options.
Select to boot from CD/DVD-Rom
When prompted press any key to boot from CD-Rom
Once the computer is booted from CD, follow the instructions to install the Operating system.
Note: You can also go to BIOS (by pressing F2 or Delete) and change the boot device to CD-ROM

Once you finish installing the Windows Operating system. You can go ahead with installation of your Linux Operating system. After you finish Installing Linux you will get the option in GRUB to select the Operating systems.

If you have already installed Linux and want to install the Windows, Follow the same procedure but it will directly boot Windows after you finish Installing Windows. You will have to write the GRUB again for your Linux system.

Please get back for any further assistance.

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Nov 14, 2009 | Dell Dimension 5100 (D51L1) PC Desktop

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How to Install both XP and Linux?


Hi,
I would install XP 1st then Open suse or Ubuntu. When you install either of these linux OS's ensure you install to another partition other than the windows one. Both installation routines will allow you to format the drive to the linux ext2 format and automatically install a boot manager (usually GRUB) which will allow you to select the OS you wish to boot.

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Drivers inistalisation


I have HCL pc.I have a windos drives but I have not linux driver, So i want a linux drivers which side i can use download the drivers. Please give me a solicitation.

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Problem


When you press enter to boot XP, keep pressing the F8 key on the keyboard. You now get a menu of options. Select "Last Known Good Configuration" and press enter. I have seen this solve the problem.

HTH,
Deboo

Oct 16, 2008 | Zerus Intel Desktop Board D815EEA...

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Where is Linux mbr file


There's nothing like the Linux MBR File. The option to boot to multiple operating systems is controlled by a software called as the "Boot-Loader".
Windows XP and Linux both have their versions of boot-loaders. The Bootloader that Windows XP uses is called the NTLDR, whereas Linux provides many bootloaders (prominent among them being "Grub" and "LILO").

>but Linux is shown in the manage option from the My Computer in Win XP 2.....
That is the control section of NTLDR. So from what I understand you shouldn't have a problem selecting the operating systems.

If you want the Linux bootloader taking control of the boot process, you can always install it.
All you need is a Linux CD and then run the setup for "Grub" or "LILO".

Information about installing Grub or LILO can be found easily on the internet.

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Dual Booting


possibly by first creating a new partition large enough for Linux OS, but does not solve your problem...try getting a VISTA startup disc from another pc (floppies if you have the drive) and startup from these.

Sep 09, 2007 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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