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    Dual-Boot OS Manager

    If you all dont already know.. the chams and wall hacks we get are for specific operating systems.. if you have XP you cant use any of the working hacks for Vista/Windows 7.. well there's a way around that.. see when your Operating System (XP, Vista, Windows 7) is installed on your hard drive, it is installed to a Partition.. If any of you have actually installed the OS yourselves then you know this already.. Something that SOME of you might not know is that your Hard Drive can hold more than just one Partition..

    Steps To Dual-Boot:

    1: After Formatting Your hard drive, install Vista/Windows 7 on a new Partition.
    2: after installing Vista/Windows 7, create another Partition and install XP on it.

    XP MUST BE INSTALLED LAST!!! im not going into any more instructions than that.. if you really dont know how to do this you can search for threads by User1 for his tutorial on it.

    this Dual-Boot method allows you to boot up your PC in either Vista, Windows 7 or Windows XP.... Its smarter to install each operating system to another hard drive, but its not necessary..

    Once you are all set up you can use whatever hacks you want after you've booted your PC into the cooperating OS..

    This program allows users of the Dual-Boot method to easily choose which Operating System they want to boot into, and then Reboot your computer to load it.

    To use this software simply extract it to your desktop and run it whenever you need to.. Choose your OS and click Reboot..

    Under the Advanced Tab you will see "System Configuration Utility".. for those of you who know what MSCONFIG is, this is that.. For those of you who dont, this is a windows add on that allows you to customize the accessibility for programs to your computer..

    DO NOT TOUCH THE TABS:
    General
    SYSTEM.ini
    WIN.ini
    BOOT.ini
    Tools
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    Tabs you can look into and change things about:

    Services
    Startup
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    Services tab allows you to view, activate, or deactivate services provided by programs.. This is useful because from this tab you can turn off your Anti-Virus by finding it on the list and UnChecking all of the services from the Manufacturer of your AV. (AVG = AVG Technologies, Nortons = Symantec, etc...) If you dont know the name of the Manufacturer who provided you with your Anti-Virus then you should hope the name of it would be under Service.

    StartUp tab allows you to view, activate, or deactivate programs that run when you log into your computer.. ALL OF THESE ARE REMOVABLE AS THEY ARE UNNECESSARY APPLICATIONS TO RUN AT WINDOWS LOG IN.. this is useful because after you reboot your computer and log into it, these are all of the things that have to start before your computer will run normally.. if there are no programs checked in this list the access to your computer is almost instant after you log in to windows, and the lag that you will get is brought way down since you wont have as many things taking up all your RAM

    PLEASE DO NOT EDIT THE TEXT IN THE ADVANCED TAB!!




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    this looks good ... but complicated... haha

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    nice war i did this on a mac and put windows on it now i have a pretty sick comuter but u dont need this program

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    Quote Originally Posted by daniellasin View Post
    nice war i did this on a mac and put windows on it now i have a pretty sick comuter but u dont need this program
    lol my brother is using OSX and Windows 7

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    lol nice i wanna get windows 7 on it

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    Isn't the program pointless? I believe all that you need to do to dual boot is just choose the OS when the computer first boots up, that's how it's been for me anyway, Maybe some people don't have that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gkiller23 View Post
    this looks good ... but complicated... haha
    wow i started that sig like 6 months ago and it has been changed soooo much.
    (im refering to the jonas brothers saying)
    On Topic- nice i already knew this but nice
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    Looks good warpath, like always lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperJJS13 View Post
    Isn't the program pointless? I believe all that you need to do to dual boot is just choose the OS when the computer first boots up, that's how it's been for me anyway, Maybe some people don't have that.
    No, you first have to have more than one OS on your computer in order to have that menu.
    For instance, the computer I am currently using only has Windows Vista on it. It's not gonna boot up with a menu with the choices Windows Vista, XP, and so on. It has to be on your computer.
    Most people only have 1 OS on their computer so...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fulfilled View Post
    No, you first have to have more than one OS on your computer in order to have that menu.
    For instance, the computer I am currently using only has Windows Vista on it. It's not gonna boot up with a menu with the choices Windows Vista, XP, and so on. It has to be on your computer.
    Most people only have 1 OS on their computer so...
    he's saying that he uses the dual-boot method and when he boots up his PC it gives him the option of what OS to boot into
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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperJJS13 View Post
    Isn't the program pointless? I believe all that you need to do to dual boot is just choose the OS when the computer first boots up, that's how it's been for me anyway, Maybe some people don't have that.
    No, I think he means that on some computers, there's more than one OS installed (like his) and he can choose at start up which OS to use.
    I interpreted it like that because on my other computer I can use Win7 and Vista, I can choose when the computer first boots.
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    people he is saying that if you have 2 different Operating Systems Such as:Windows XP and Windows Vista or Windows 7 that this makes it very simple to switch between each OS so if there are vista chams but you are running XP and you just so happen to have Vista on another Partition you can switch and use Vista Chams
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    Quote Originally Posted by drgnforce9 View Post
    people he is saying that if you have 2 different Operating Systems Such as:Windows XP and Windows Vista or Windows 7 that this makes it very simple to switch between each OS so if there are vista chams but you are running XP and you just so happen to have Vista on another Partition you can switch and use Vista Chams
    ... Yeah that's basically it
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