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You have to change the boot information in the MBR (master boot record) on the hard discs. To do this, you need either the install or update CD/DVD for your version of Windows (make sure that the SP matches). Note: if the drive from your original Medion computer has the drivers (motherboard and other hardware) from that computer, you need to reinstall the OS on to that drive. Then fix the boot record as you install the OS. Usually uninstalling the motherboard drivers is recommended before moving a hard drive to a new system.
You need to boot from the optical drive. Either set the BIOS to check the optical drive first or press F12 repeatedly as the computer starts up. (I usually have to restart and try again to access the change boot order menu.) Once you are in the Windows, you need to access the recovery console and the command prompt. You need to have the recovery program identify all the Windows OS options on the discs. If you have XP, first use the map command to identify the discs. Then use the command fixboot (devicename) and fixmbr (devicename) to put a new boot partition on the appropriate drive and then fix the MBR.
With Vista or Win7, the commands are slightly different. Use the Bootrec command. First use Bootrec /ScanOS to identify the versions of Windows on the drives. Next use the /RebuildBCD switch to list the available OS versions. Next use the /fixboot (if you want the Vista or Win7 OS to boot first) and /fixMBR switches.
Any hard drive repair utility CD for Windows will likely have a program to repair the MBR. These may be easier to use with some combinations of OS versions.)
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (who has fixed the MBR on several machines after mving discs around and grumbled at the issue.)
IT may be the problem of your vista.By working some files may get destroyed.May these files are using for further installation processes.There is another chance, The file missing may noticed @ the time of installation of vista.But badly most of us Skips that file.This is also a problem.If you know Formatting just do it only for C drive & install new OS.
that is because you are installing over the old one or simply upgrading the old OS, if you want a "multiboot" system each OS has to have its own directory on the drive, IE windows vista installed to c:\winvista and windows XP installed to c:\winxp your c:\boot.ini file which is where boot information is stored should update itself automatically, i do not suggest messing around in this file if you do not know exactly what you are doing as you could render the system unbootable
For every tv tuner card there is line out socket, use two sided phone plug one side of it connect it to the the audio out off tv tuner and another to the Line in socket of your PC,then go the volume properties increase the line in volume. It deffinately solves your problem.If you have any problem regarding this issue leave a feedback,we will glad to assist you
first you must check your XP/Vista cd if it is bootable then open
the bios setting change the first boot to CD ROM save and exit the bios
insert CD wait for a second if the CD is BOOTABLE if so then follow the
instructions of formating drive. But before you do that you must be
sure that you have all the driver need to you PC for security you must
use the black drive then install the XP OS.
Please install the driver of your soundcard, If you have Cd utilities enclosed onto you computer please install the all the drivers, from chipset, vga,souncard or audio so that all the problems wil be resolved.
i f you have none cd utilities then tell me your mainboard(model number) sothat i can search driver for you to download.