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Dual boot with XP


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Kais3r

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I have windows 7 installed, but I want to install XP over it so I can dual boot with it. I want to be in the xp sometimes and Windows 7 in other times. How can I install XP without overwriting Windows 7?

Here is a picture of my partitions. How can I add some space to my current (C partition) and create a new partition for my XP partition, I dont want a whole 200 gb for the xp partition.

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If you have Windows 7 Professional or Windows 7 Ultimate, you don't need to dual-boot.
This is a free download and will do the same sort of job, a virtual XP.
http://www.microsoft...c/download.aspx
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I want to dual boot because this is for processing power. How do I dual boot?
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