Alternates title: Tips for dual-booting Windows and Linux; tips for dual-booting Windows and Linux on a computer with 2 two hard drives; tips for dual-booting Windows and Linux on a computer with an SSD and 1 HDD.
This is an updated version of tips for dual-booting Windows and Linux.
bam211 wrote:If 512 mb is ESP partition requirement, I was thinking of having dual booting arch and windows 8. Now windows 8 install already created 100MB FAT 32 EFI partition. Does that mean I am out of luck dual booting? Or is it safe to increase Windows8 100mb boot EFI to 512 mb? Will Windows8 boot in that case?
I was trying to dual boot with bootmenu and when i install a ROM, i tried to install all of my apps with titanium backup and it said i did not have enough space. So i was wondering if dual booting takes up a lot of free space?
Dual-booting refers to the concept of installing two operating systems on the same computer, and having the option to choose which one to boot into when the computer is rebooting. Dual-booting is actually a special case of multi-booting, or installing more than one operating on a computer. This is a very common practice in the [...]
My daughter has an old (2003) desktop computer running on Windows XP. It now performs at snails pace even though there is lots of unused space on the hard disk. It has 1 GB of RAM but I am not sure of the processor speed.
I know that Ubuntu has problems working on a Mac without a VM, but what about a debian distro? Would it be possible to dual-boot Crunchbang 11 and OS X 10.8? I'm thinking of doing this on a laptop that I use mainly for school and eventually college.
I am not the best at dual booting as seen in my previous thread, I currently full reformatted to F11 Leonidas, once past some problems I love it, but I still need an windows enviroment to test my C++ projects that use windows api calls and functions, I have windows 7 but I havent the slightly idea of how to dual boot fedora 11 and windows 7 properly.