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Boot from CD

Discussion in 'Windows - General discussion' started by CKhaleel, Aug 10, 2007.

  1. CKhaleel

    CKhaleel Regular member

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    Im trying to boot Vista from CD so I can reeformat and install vista over fedora 7, but, it either freezes at a blue and green screen, or it justs boots into linux. I even tried installing Vista with WINE, but it says: This computer does not have enough memory. It needs 399MB. I have 27.9GB free/ Help!!
     
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    "Memory" usually means RAM. Your 27.9 GB is disk space.
     
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    How do I free up some space?
     
  4. PeaInAPod

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    Well as Indochine pointed out, the error message says not enough memory. So to fix this problem you need to buy more memory. Either DDR or DDR2.
     

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