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Win 7 creating dual boot in bios


chrisadams

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I have a Amilo notebook with Phoenix BIOS, Vista OS. I created a new partition F (to install W7) and there are also partitions C (system)& D (data)(E=DVD). The BIOS boot options show:
Boot priority order:
1 USB KEY
2 USB FCD
3 USB HDD
4 IDE CD (DVD description)
5 USB CDROM
6 IDE HDD (HD description)

What to these mean? How do I achieve dual boot?

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Quiet Life

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As you no doubt have found out W7 sets up the dual boot automatically-

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Crossbow7

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Here are a few step-by-step guides: click here / click here / click here

Any good? G

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