Hi Eforen, thanks for ur answer, but I must tell u that I tried to check the bandwith with a dual boot PC (XP, Linux).result is same xp shows high bandwidth linux shows low band width & I installed & configure the linux OS with default configuration (just configure the IP).
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I would like to inform you that you can't remove Linux or Ubuntu using this method as it has boot loader. May I know if it is dual boot with Windows? I would suggest to backup all your data by booting to Windows and then format PC using Windows Bootable disk.
Hello charlieri_1, this happens often when installing 'new' OS, especially when creating a "Dual Boot." What you will have to do is a "Clean Install" starting from scratch; unfortunately! You will have to use the "Recovery Disk" to install Windows XP, first! Next, after you have restore the XP [OS]; then you will install the more "Updated" OS, [Linux] "This is just the Operating System way of order; oldest first, latest last, to properly install the OS. Hope this helps you, thanks paul7of9."
try to download belarc advisor software. Run this in your vista OS and send it to me so I can check your hardware specs. This is the only way to avoid problems in the future or before you start the formatting.
after formating hdd u can install any op sys on ur computer, please put ur op sys cd in drive
after starting computer and boot it with this cd when u start ur computer u will get a massage "press any key to boot from cd"
and install xp from cd also format ur hdd with xp op sys
it will solve ur problum
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.