Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
My system is running in Windows XP. I installed Windows Vista Demo Version. After installing, system is not loading Windows XP and its not working at all.
What is the best solution to remove Vista from my system?
I have some important files in my C drive. Is there any way to avoid formatting C drive ? And also tell me how to take backup at this situation.
Try buying a new hard drive(hdd) installing xp on it disconnecting the old hard drive and making this primary boot disk in bios by going into setup then once installed close down windows insert the old hdd with the new one and set the bios to boot that hdd 2nd or not at all.
then u can try accessing the old hdd with the new hdd so you can back up your stuff then you can try stuff to fix your old hdd boot problem
(PLEASE SOMEONE DOUBLE CHECK THIS IS PROPER PROCEDURE AS I AM NOT A PROFESSIONION)
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
You need to get rid of the Vista Demo, and reload xp. You need to keep one or the other I think, you can't keep both operating systems on the same drive. What were you thinking?
Did you install the vista demo as a dual boot setup? Doesn't sound like it.
I hope someone can help you, I can't.
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