I have a CentOS 5 machine that runs Windows 7 as a dual boot. CentOS is the main OS and each OS is set up in a specific hard drive. This was set up before I joined the company and I don't real... [by anon123456789]
on 11/28/2012 – Made popular on 11/28/2012
I have a second drive on my Windows machine that i want to reserve for centos and practice for the RHCSA. I seem to successfully install centos but the Grub boot loader does not come up when the m... [by oshybrid]
I recently installed a copy of CentOS onto my main hard drive (I now have Windows 7 and CentOS). Whilst installing CentOS, I accidentally set it to be the main boot option, so when I start my PC I have three seconds to select Windows 7 or it automatically boots into CentOS. I would rather Windows 7 be the default option -- how can I change it?
I have installed XP in my pc in Disk 1, and i wanted a dual boot with Centos, i burned the Centos image to cd and created the boot partition marked as primary with ext4, the / partition marked as p... [by veganjack]
I already have centos5.5 on my system whose hard disk is ~500GB. I have tried to dual boot with fedora 16. while installing fedora 16 I have created a ~250GB and ~4GB partitions for "/" and swap. The installation has gone pretty smoothly until a error at the end said that installing bootloader has been unsuccessful.
I installed CentOS on my machine from my USB. I did a minimal CentOS USB drive with UNetbootin. After I install the CentOS, when i try to reboot, it does not starts. I have only the cursor blinking on a black screen.
Note: If I install the boot loader on flash drive, the system starts correctly when the USB drive is plugged in.
i installed cent os 5.5 on my laptop, which has 500gb hdd. Now aparently i want o dual boot or run it as as virtual machine, and i cant seem to run my windows os again, nomatter how i formart it. I... [by charlieyn30]
I've just installed Centos but Grub doesnt pick it up. I have a dual linux boot system running Crunchbang and Centos. Centos was installed at a later point and now only the grub2 from the crunchbang installation works. I tried running grub-update, but that didn't work.