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Top Login to post comments Sun, 2010-02-07 05:18 #22 Brian K Offline Forum Member Joined: 2009-08-16 Posts: 44 Bill, When using BING as a boot manager and cloning Every word from babab to zyzyz Do tenured faculty get to micromanage clinical professors and other non-tenured instructors with respect to the classroom? Here's what I'm doing: Using Gparted to make partitions sda1 40GB ntfs (windows), sda2 extended 70GB, sda5 lvm2 pv 69.99 GB (Linux), sda3 500MB (GRUB) Clonezilla windows image into sda1 partition In order to do anything "outside the box" you need a good boot manager. Check This Out

Randy K Can I have a triple boot? The next handy trick is to install all programmes from all operting systems onto your logical D drive and that means that you C drives will remain small and easy to Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Installation & Setup » User Name Remember Me? I want to triple boot W7. try this

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Or is it just a simple matter of upgrading to Win 10 from an iso files on a usb media (which I have) when booted and working in Win 7? Otherwise, you need a third-party Boot Manager. I appreciate your help. solved Cloned Win7 from one drive to another, copying /boot/ and ending up with an invalid digital signature on Winload.exe !

Tristin Torres I don't own Windows 10 and I have Windows 7 on my machine if I clone my drive and upgrade the second partition will it still be activated on I created a new 300gb partition on my 1tb hdd currently running windows 7 and installed XP Pro onto the new partition using the standard methods. The only solution: "RESTORE" to Windows 7, which made everything right again. Mercurio Hi, I have already a clean install of windows 10, but I am starting to have some problems with some applications, I don't know if it is possible to install

Run everything from this drive to insure all is well. I will be much less work for me, If I partition the drives of all computers and in the 3rd partition restore the Windows 10 from the one above. Then restored the image to Boot Camp partition (the new Drive). https://www.tenforums.com/installation-setup/45757-can-i-clone-my-windows-7-drive-update-win10-dual-boot-use-both.html sleepnotworking Hi VG thanks for your reply,already tried that, didnt work :( any other solutions?

Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... I am, of course, able to modify it if necessary. /dev/sda1 (NTFS) 66.92 out of 200.00 MB used I'm honestly not sure what this partition is for. In fact, reinstalling XP is not really possible (HP system, I do not have an install disk), and I would rather avoid reinstalling Win10 if possible. Privacy statement  © 2017 Microsoft.

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VG @Tot Try to disable hybrid shutdown feature: http://www.askvg.com/fix-windows-8-restart-and-shutdown-problems-by-disabling-hybrid-shutdown-feature/ RKO Hello VG, I looked at your posts for the direct download link of W10 ISO file, but MS is always forcing http://superuser.com/questions/760436/setting-up-a-dualboot-by-installing-cloned-partitions-using-clonezilla From HP: "HP has not tested this product for upgrade to Windows 10." I wasted a day updating to Windows 10 Pro, from Windows 7 Pro, an HP Pavilion dv6 notebook Clonezilla Windows In fact while posting this reply the image just made of the host with Acronis here is being restored to the second. Macrium Reflect VG ^^ Windows 10 doesnt use product key to activate your computer if you upgrade from Windows 7/8.1.

BUY NOW Todo Backup Advanced Server The most reliable and powerful server backup solution for business with Exchange/SQL Server. his comment is here I'm assuming it has to be a Windows 10 Home install since I have Windows 7 Home Premium OEM Key? Find More Posts by Trailerman Page 1 of 13 1 2311 > Last » Safest Way to Clone Windows 7 Volume for Dual Booting « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Now you have two Windows 10 in your computer: one which was upgraded from Windows 7/8.1 and the other which was clean installed.

So first download Windows 10 ISO using "Windows 10 Media Creation Tool" and then double-click on the ISO to mount it in Windows Explorer. After switching to the new, larger H/D, I used EasyBDC (free downld)  to edit the boot mgr data - For Windows 7 boot device it said 'partition deleted' - I changed installed in E I was not given a choice to select E. this contact form Thanks VG ^^ First set the Windows 10 installed on C: drive as default in boot loader using msconfig-> boot tab.

I don't think Acronis TI 2010 does partition clones but you could restore an image, multiple times. share|improve this answer edited Nov 14 '14 at 19:24 answered May 30 '14 at 2:03 MariusMatutiae 30.9k93569 Thanks for the answer but I've tried that approach. Win Bus 64, Win 7 64, Mac os x 10.5.7 Please return to forum and post your results.

Select the destination disk (Windows 7 disk).

Had this problem before. Boot to your WAIK CD. 3. There is useful information that still applies to W7. I have "easy to do backup" (free software), but it seems it only allows me to restore my OS partition ("boot partition") onto another physical hard disk.

I want to clone. Top Login to post comments Tue, 2010-02-09 03:51 #26 Brian K Offline Forum Member Joined: 2009-08-16 Posts: 44 Bill Hart wrote: I want to clone freely C to D, E to http://www.goodells.net/multiboot/index.htm Top Login to post comments Thu, 2010-02-04 13:27 #5 thecreator Offline Beginner Joined: 2009-08-27 Posts: 13 >Is the problem in the cloning or the booting?

Hi Bill Hart, The navigate here Many thanks again.

I have difficulty with the BCD editors. Here's my situation: I just built myself a new system from scratch. If you wanted, you could have ten Win7 64 bit OS all booting from your HD. Every word from babab to zyzyz Intersection of Set A and a set containing empty set Referee made a mistake but recommended acceptance, what to do?

Sector by sector clone option enables you to clone all sectors from source disk to destination disk. 3. OS is legit Win10-64b (Home) with 8GB RAM on a SSD 240GB drive with only one partition (C:) ; I have an extra 1GB data only HD (D:) and a DVD In Boot Edit click Add and make a Boot Item for Win73. But to avoid that the clone has the same disk mapping (C: stays C:) I deleted in the registry HKLM\SYSTEM\MountedDevices all Entries except (Default) before cloning. (It may also be done

Unfortunately Ghost and Partition magic do not work for Vista and W7. This involves using the Copy/Paste buttons. I have never seen so many error/warning messages and had to fight my way through multiple text-based menu screens. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the

You image the first OS and restore the same image several times. I just applied a Windows 7 System Image and am back where I started. Preview the disk layout after cloning. I am no expert but mastered these techniques very easily.

Not the answer you're looking for? Keep in mind my C boots just fine so why start all over again? i have upgraded (free offer) my windows 7 to windows 10 using the creation tool. It does not seem apparent to me that any of the backup programs do that, and while BING tech support says that it does, their answers are so cryptic that it's

That is unless my memory is failing me. VG ^^ Nice tip. share|improve this answer edited Jan 17 '16 at 21:12 answered Jan 17 '16 at 17:33 Rappeti2 312 2 that's brilliant!