Thanks Charla and Tom
I can't get my dual boot configuration to work. It was working fine, until I put my Acer software back on. Can someone help me?
OK I did it according to the instructions and once again Windows 10 boots just fine and it shows as C;\ . The only problem is that I cannot boot into Windows 7. This , I cannot live with. Please if anyone has any suggestion I would apprecite it. If Not I will use the MR recovery Disk and go back to 7 until the final.n Two tries--same result.
You may have deleted your active partition so we need to have a look at your disk manage snip. so we can tell you what you need to do to make it right again. I think we have a tutorial for making a manage snip if you need to look at that?
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Gary, did you install Windows 7 first or after Windows 10? If so, that may be the problem.
Disclaimer: I'm still learning about UEFI!
In the past, the requirement for dual boot is to install the oldest version of Windows first and then to install the later version next. Also, you need to be very careful not to install Windows 10 over the oldest Windows.
Once Windows 7 is installed, write down the exact size of the partition. Then install Windows 10 on the partition that doesn't match that size.
I have had Windows 7 installed since 2009. I installed Win 10 today on a partition on the same drive which is 90 some Gb's in size.