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Posted on 2012-03-28
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I have installed windows 7 and xp in my laptop.But boot menu shows :

1previes version windows (how can i change it to windows xp?)
2.windows 7
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Question by:apollo-13
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by:lucifer82
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Hi Apolo-13 what was the order that you installed the OS?

To show the XP and Windows 7 in the same boot screen you need to install XP first and then install windows 7 afterwards.
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by:apollo-13
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first windows xp pro then second windows 7 pro
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by:apollo-13
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i just want to change in Boot menu this text previes version windows to win xp.

may be in Boot menu somewhere?
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lucifer82 earned 500 total points
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Hi Apollo-13,

Please follow the guide in here.

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/5110-dual-boot-change-os-name-windows-boot-manager.html

it's step-by-step with screenshot.
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