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Dual boot Vista and Vista

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It is possible to have 2 instances of Vista on the same harddrive? my boss wants one for all the apps he needs to work with and other for browsing the web and using office. Is it possible for me to do this for him. Everything i found on google was about dual booting vista was with xp so I have no idea and i don't want to take the chance to destroy his new computer.

Thanks, Justin.
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Should be possible if you make enough partitions.
If in doubt, strong advice is to make a ghost copy of the drive onto a separate hard drive before you play around with an important drive. That way if it goes totally up the spout, just ghost it back and you're as you were.
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