Windows boot problem?
I had installed Windows 7 32 bit and 64 bit in different partition.
Now I removed it and installed Windows 7 64 bit and Windows XP.
Initially it detected both these newly installed OS. But now it shows the older Windows 7 versions. Obviously when I click it says there is no OS in hard drive.
After several attempts it detects the existing OS i.e. Windows 7 and XP.
I need a solution to make my computer to stop detecting the older OS
- jerry tLv 76 years ago
It is not clear which OS you installed first xp or 7. You should always install the older version befreo a newer version.
The windows bootloader could be messed up:
- 6 years ago
while installing the os in the drive option you will come across a dive with mem of approx. 9mb something just del it but as you have done the dual boot, there should be an another one, Backup the data clear the whole 9mb drives and freshly install again.