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livitup

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Is is difficult to install two operating systems on one computer? I'm about to buy another computer that will be primarily dedicated to audio recording. I've used vista and like some it's features, but I had problems with some of my audio hardware. In short, I'd like to install one drive for Vista, and one for XP. What are my options?
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well, a little reading is in order.

http://lifehacker.co...ista-179906.php

This is a good guide and will get you started.
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I dual boot on two separate drives, and it's not complicated. When I start the computer, I can choose which OS to boot. XP and Vista can see each other's files, so bouncing back and forth is not a problem.
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Thanks so much for yalls help!!
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