|12-13-03, 08:34 AM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2003
can't boot into previous OS
My original hard drive contain 3 partitions:
c: is win2000
d: is winXP
e: is winxp
then I deleted e: and installed the win2000 advance server on e:, after that there's no problem to boot into win2000 advance server, but not the winxp (ie. d drive) I got the following error message:
Windows 2000 could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt:
\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEMd startup options for windows 2000.
This is a windows XP, I don't understand why it says windows 2000
Can anyone help, thx.
|12-13-03, 09:31 AM||#2|
It's because the new windows 2k wrote over some of the boot files you were using with your windows XP setup. As for fixing it... I get that problem sometimes when I try messing around with my OS installs and haven't found a way to fix it other than reinstalling windows XP over its existing install...
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