Xp & 7 dual boot Tags: Windows XP Dual Boot Last response: August 18, 2010 6:38 AM in Windows XP Share jekylhyde August 15, 2010 3:27:40 PM Hi my friend installed win7 after that xp now he can't boot to 7 how to fix that? 7 is on a 1Tb hdd xp in on 160Gb hdd thanks More about : dual boot treefrog07 August 15, 2010 8:43:01 PM The quickest and easiest way is for your friend to run his W7 install DVD. When the screen comes up to install W7 have him choose repair install. After he does that, he will get the bootloader selection screen after the next POST. m 0 l Zoron August 18, 2010 6:38:24 AM It's important to remember that you always must install the oldest version of Windows FIRST when setting up a multi-boot. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedDual Boot XP; adding to Windows 7; install fail Forum SolvedDual boot WIN 7x64 then XP32 Forum SolvedStep-By-Step How to remove XP from Win7 Dual Boot Forum SolvedDual boot XP & 7 Forum SolvedRemove Win 7 from Dual Boot Option in XP Forum SolvedCan I set up a dual boot system in windows XP-32 bit system with a repair disk of window 7 64-bit system? Forum SolvedDual Boot XP and Windows 7 Forum SolvedWindows 7 x64 / XP Pro x86 Dual Boot With 3TB Drives Forum SolvedAsrock Z77 Pro4 Dual Boot (XP + Win7) Forum SolvedDual boot Win7/XP Forum SolvedDual boot (XP and 7) question... Forum removing xp from an xp , windows 7 dual boot Forum SolvedWindows XP and 7 dual boot using 2 HDDs and 1 SSD Forum I'm having a problem where i am trying to dual boot windows XP and windows 7. Forum SolvedWindows 7 freezing - Windows XP fine (dual boot) Forum SolvedPlease Help: Dual Boot XP and Windows 7 issue Forum SolvedDual Boot Windows 7 in preinstalled xp Forum SolvedCreating Dual Boot-Win 7 and XP Forum SolvedDual Boot XP and Windows 7 (each) on TWO Individual Hard Drives Forum Solved6GB, dual boot Win XP Pro (32-bit) and Win 7 Ultimate (64-bit) Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !