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openSUSE 11.0 and Vista Users (Poor souls): How’s Dual-booting?

June 4th, 2008 by

Stephan Kulow asked on the Factory mailinglist if anyone was dual-booting Windows Vista and openSUSE 11.0:

Both me and the reporter of bug 396444 have a broken vista
boot after RC1 instalation (I ignored the problem as I did
not boot vista since quite some time, so it could just as well
be broken with alpha0).

So I wonder if other's vista is still functional? Unless I
know what's causing this, this bug is one of those that will
delay 11.0, so please help me.

Since there weren’t many people on the mailinglist who were, if you do boot Vista and SUSE 11.0, with success or otherwise, please let us know on the opensuse-factory@opensuse.org mailinglist ;-)

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2 Responses to “openSUSE 11.0 and Vista Users (Poor souls): How’s Dual-booting?”

  1. Carrot.nl

    I have a working vista here. No problems.

  2. Atul

    i had problems with vista booting..like you said i hardly boot vista i do it only when i have to run something that is only windows based, the problem i found is that my /boot partition was set as active by the partitioner and vista requires its partition to be active, workaround is set vista partition as active with fdisk and then booth using vista DVD select repair and it will get fixed …