Question about ASUS MB P5KPL-CM C2D LGA775 INTELG31 ICH7 DDR2 PCI-EX16 FSB 1600(O.C.) 10 Motherboard
I live a dual (or even triple) boot life on my machines. The one I'm writing from answers you in W7 but could have been in Vista Ultimate 64 Bit or XP. D; Drive isn't always the best choice for W7 when you're doing a dual boot. There are a great many functions for your DVD Burner that might depend on that drive letter staying named D:.
But you have choices by not being demanding on the W7 install at the beggining.
You're better off letting it install where it demands first, then renaming and organizing your drives after.
You do this in "Administrative Tools" in your Control Panel. Please look there, get a little familiar with that powerful area of your Windows options, and leave a comment on my post so I can get back to you if you need me to.
Microsoft and other "entities" provide new tools in Windows 7 for you to operate in "XP Mode". They haven't really perfected that yet and only offer it with W7 Pro and up.
I'm a busy guy but this is an issue I'm deeply interested in so will watch my "Comments" about this post and try to help you and others where I can.
I LOVE having each Windows system at my command and feel it's silly to only have one.
So, let W7 install on the drive it wants and get back to me after. Don't worry. You'll be fine. I am; on 4 different machines.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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