Hi all, I have a dual-boot laptop with Windows 10 64 bit and Windows 8 32 bit. I think i don't need that windows 8 any more. I want to delete it from laptop and add that empty hard drive space to the drive where windows10 located. How can i safely do this ? Any help ? Thanks in advance.

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I installed windows 10 and it works good , then I installed kali-linux and that problem apears. when i open my computer it goes directly to windows not to dual boot (bootloader) to choose between the windows and kali .. I tried the live USB solution but nothing happen.. it still going to windows directly .. how can I solve this problem ?

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Hi guys, Vin here. I just like to ask if it is possible to dual boot two different operating system with different architecture(64 bit/32 bit)? My current os is windows 7 hp 64bit and I would like to dual boot it with windows xp 32 bit.... Here's my computer specs: Compaq CQ60-615DX Intel Celeron 900 @ 2.2GHZ 2GB DDR2 RAM Intel 4 series mobile chipset Intel GMA 4500M (64MB Dedicated memory/Total memory is 797MB) 250GB HDD @ 7200RPM Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit I hope you can give me solutions.... Thank you! :)

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Hello, I just installed Ubuntu as a second OS on my system on a different drive than my Windows installation. But now, whenever I try and boot the windows installation, I get a blue screen saying that Windows couldn't load winload.exe. This error persists even when I unplug the hard drive that Ubuntu is installed on. I had this error once before a few weeks ago (When I only had Windows installed), and that time just unplugging all my other hard drives and rebooting worked fine. This fix does not work now. I'd love to follow the instructions on screen …

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For an assignment in a computer programming class, we have to install 3 linux distributions on one machine from three different trees. I chose to install Ubuntu, Fedora, and OpenSUSE. I already dual-boot Ubuntu and Windows 7, but I'm not sure about the partitioning. I have 460GB of space in my Windows partition (sda1), and 15GB in my Ubuntu partition (sda2), and was wondering how to go about partitioning for two more OSs (creating sda3 and sda4). I have 240GB of free space in my windows partition, and don't want to lose any data. I have backed up everything currently …

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I've got Open SUSE 11.4 and Ubuntu 10.10 now installed on the same machine now, but I need to edit the GRUB so I can boot into them. I can boot into OpenSUSE fine, but since it overwrote the Ubuntu bootloader, I can't seem to get it to boot into it. I added an entry for Ubuntu after looking around the internet: [CODE]###Don't change this comment - YaST2 identifier: Original name: none# title UBuntu 10.10 booting via symlinks root (hda0,4) kernel /boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/sda5 ro quiet splash initrd initrd.img[/CODE] In /boot/vmlinuz on the Ubuntu partition, I can find the following files, …

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Hello guys. I decided to update my Bios but it turned out that wasn't a good idea. Everything went well until the program itself restarted the Computer, then windows refused to boot :( I tried booting in safe mode but nothing. Right now am using Ubuntu 11.04 to access my Windows files because I was Dual-Booting (thank heaven) But I want my Windows back, and I wouldn't want to clean install again, I have way too much stuff and it would take me months to be back to where I was if I clean-installed it. Am using an Acer Extensa …

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Time to enter the Wayback ([URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WABAC_machine"]WABAC[/URL]) Machine to an experience I had with a new Linux user and compare it to today's more tech savvy audience. The year was 1997 and I had settled in for the evening with my [URL="http://www.guinness.com/"]favorite beverage[/URL] and a bit of channel flipping, when I received a telephone call from a guy who'd installed Linux on his computer. He didn't know what else to do from there, except call someone who did know what to do, me. The conversation began with him saying, "I've installed Linux, now what?" I was in business for myself, at …

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hi. i have 500gb HDD, first i install window 7(64-bit) then after fedora14 on separate partition using Fedora-14-i686-Live-Desktop cd. so when my laptop is booting it shows a boot screen with two option, fedora OS(as default) and win7 as other.After 3 second, Fedora is automatically starting. I just want to make window7 as my automatic booting OS. so how to make win7 as my default or primary OS at boot time by which i can load it automatically ?. any help would be appreciated. regards mundvawala

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Ok... so I am running a Hp Pavillion 512c. I plan to get better ram for it so I can run what I want/need. The thing of the matter is it is all hand me downs. I will be getting a 40G HD and a 60G, one is nearly full (the smaller of the two) and one is nearly empty. I plan on setting up a dual-boot into Fedora (though I suspect my questions on that go elsewhere). I also have to accommodate a second user... who is prone to having a lack of computer savvy. What I'm wondering, and …

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If you dual-boot Vista and Fedora or Ubuntu then Thunderbird email client can use a common email box for both operating systems. If you already have an email account set up on one of the operating systems, such as Vista, then open Thunderbird, select Tools --> Account Settings, then click the Local Folders link on the left side of the screen. On the right side you will see the current location of the email files under Local Directory. Write that down someplace so that you can reference it while booted in Fedora. Now close Vista and boot to Fedora (or …

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