NEWBY QUESTION

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LEMMON
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NEWBY QUESTION

Post by LEMMON »

Was wondering if BING is what im looking for to beable to run 4 of the same OS system on the same hard drive? I have 4 different programs that I need to use at different times but I want to use one computer or hard drive I should say, sorry im not very pc savvy I just know enough to get in trouble! thnx for any help!
Brian K
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Location: NSW, Australia

Re: NEWBY QUESTION

Post by Brian K »

LEMMON wrote:
> Was wondering if BING is what im looking for to beable to run 4 of the same
> OS system on the same hard drive?

LEMMON,

Certainly. You can run 100 of the same OS on the same hard drive if you like. But you need BIBM. BING is old technology.
mjnelson99
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Re: NEWBY QUESTION

Post by mjnelson99 »

I would recommend BIBM rather than BING.
Mary

On 2/26/2016 3:35 PM, LEMMON wrote:
> Was wondering if BING is what im looking for to beable to run

4 of the same OS system on the same hard drive? I have 4 different

programs that I need to use at different times but I want to use one

computer or hard drive I should say, sorry im not very pc savvy

I just know enough to get in trouble! thnx for any help!
>
>
DrTeeth
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Re: NEWBY QUESTION

Post by DrTeeth »

On Fri, 26 Feb 2016 13:35:47 PST, just as I was about to take a herb,
LEMMON disturbed my reverie and wrote:

>Was wondering if BING is what im looking for to beable to run 4 of the same OS system on the same hard drive? I have 4 different programs that I need to use at different times but I want to use one computer or hard drive I should say, sorry im not very pc savvy I just know enough to get in trouble! thnx for any help!
>
You cannot buy BING anymore so you only have one option, viz BIBM.
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Cheers,

DrT

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LEMMON
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Re: NEWBY QUESTION

Post by LEMMON »

Thnx for you're help!
Bob Coleman
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Re: NEWBY QUESTION

Post by Bob Coleman »

LEMMON wrote:
> Thnx for you're help!

To all previous responders to LEMMON, shouldn't we be cautioning LEMMON that this is good advice only if his hard disk is or can be made MBR or put another way that what's being proposed won't be possible if with BIBM if the disk is GPT?
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