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Installing XP over 2000


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Hi all ;)

I already have Windows 98SE and Windows 2000 Pro on dual boot. I am planning to install Windows XP Pro over Windows 2000 and then have XP and 98 on dual boot. How can I do this? Shud I change the partition or something?
Also, how to go with the XP installation. Wont the option Upgrade(during XP installation) upgrade my Win2k to XP?
Also I currently use a 256 MB RAM, PIV with 1.7 GHz. Are these enough? Will my system slow down if I install XP? Kindly :tazz:
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No response from any1? :tazz:
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