[ct-user] Windows XP and DOS Dual-Boot Status - First Success!

AB2E Darrell ab2e at hotmail.com
Fri Nov 5 18:55:14 EST 2004

Hi Mark,
Specifically which version of Linux are you using to do this? I would like 
to try it.,
73 Darrell AB2E

>From: kd4d at comcast.net
>To: CT-User at contesting.com
>Subject: [ct-user] Windows XP and DOS Dual-Boot Status - First Success!
>Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 17:07:57 +0000
>Good day, all:
>Doug Freestone, VE5UF, has successfully created a dual-boot system
>using the procedure I sent him!  :-)   He is going to continue to
>help me improve and clarify the procedure notes.
>Also, I wanted to re-iterate that I am using a "Linux Live" CD to
>do the partitioning.  This version of Linux runs entirely from the
>CD and does not touch the hard disk at all.  All you have to do
>to run it is boot the CD, hit a couple of carriage returns, and
>then type in "run_qtparted."  You may not even know that
>you are running Linux!  :-)  You do not have to install Linux on your
>hard disk.  If you follow the procedure, when you are done
>your machine will just have DOS 7.1 and Windows XP on it.
>Mark, KD4D
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