Kumar Sanu d'not know to use Computers/Internet/email. Therefore there is no question of he having any email ID I am actually an amateur song-lyricist. I try to write literary lyrics which aim to make us tink and enjoy simultaneously. I want to send some of my lyrics to Mr. Sanu to know his expert opinion. moni chowdhury mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
It's a ready made shape that already exists -- like a square, star, rectangle or circle.
Assuming that the computer has IDE drives, the first thing to do is to install each operating system on each disk. Set one drive as Master and the other as Slave. Install both drives in the computer. Start the computer and it will boot into The first drive. Open Windows Explorer, go to Tools -> Folder Options and click the view tab. Select the "Show hidden files and folders" button, click Apply, then OK. Expand My Computer and select the "C" drive. Locate the "boot.ini" file, right click on it and select "Properties". If the read only box is checked, UNcheck it, click apply, OK. If it's already unchecked, leave it alone - click cancel. Double click on the boot.ini file to open it in Notepad. Under the [Operating Systems] heading, under the 2000 Pro entry on a new line, add this entry:
multi(0)disk(1)rdsk(0)partition(1)\WINNT="Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional" /fastdetect
(That's true if WINNT is your Window directory). Save and reboot. You should now have both systems listed in the choices menu. Select the second Windows 2000 and cross your fingers. You should now have a dual-disk dual boot setup. If it fails, you can always boot back into the first drive as long as you don't change that entry in the boot.ini file.
go to start then run and type dxdiag then when it comes up go to display it should tell you your card and driver
Boot it with the XP disk, boot disk, or the recovery disk.