My Laptop Acer 4736_14" has 250 GB HDD with Vista OS has 2 partition; 126, 120. I tried to do it in 4 partition, but it can't be as I hope. Anybody help me, please? Thanks. Sidik Mohamad from Bondowos
My Laptop Acer 4736_14" has 250 GB HDD with Vista OS has 2 partition; 126, 120.
I tried to do it in 4 partition, but it can't be as I hope. Anybody help me, please?
from Bondowoso city, Jawa Timur. Indonesia
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Well just yesterday i removed vista from a lenavo desktop. When i tried with the installation cd setup it didn't allow and got a lot of beep error from the desktop. Then I got a partition manager formatted c drive and then booted through a dos bootable cd which keeps the drivers and command files in ram and then inserted xp os cd and through command prompt started the xp setup by typing d:enter d:dir (got the list of files and folders then typed d:setup and xp setup started and installed later I got all the relevant drivers from the net. Its not easy to get drivers from net.
To resize a partition with Windows Vista, follow these steps:
Be sure to back up any valuable information, because there is a
slight chance that data can be lost when dealing with partitions. 1) Click on the Start menu 2) Right click on Computer and click on Manage 3) You may get a User Account Control dialog here; just click Continue 4) In the left pane, open up the Storage category and click on Disk Management 5) Here, you will find your partitions for your disks. Right click on the partition you’d like to modify. 6) Click on Extend Volume or Shrink Volume to extend or shrink the selected partition.
First of all you're running vista, which is a major no-no. Since your RAM is only 2 gigs, vista will take up about 1.3-1.5 gigs of ram, depending on which version you have.As for the video card i really do not see a problem. Try updating your drivers, i would suggest Driver Genius Professional Edition, as for free editions google them. Hope this helps. I'm not as good at laptops, so bare with me.
to Resize your 160 gb hdd there is not possible from widows potion it's need third party software because u r hdd is SATA
so if u want this software please give me more details of ur laptop with OS
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1. make sure your laptop is set to startup from a cd
2. after laptop finds the bootinfo from the cd and asks you to press any key to start from cd, press any key and xp setup will start.
3. in xp setup your going to need to delete your vista partitions, preferably all partitions and then proseed to install xp into a new partition.
4. proseed with the windows setup follow the instructions and configure your settings as you wish.