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Need advice on a new desktop

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Hi All,

I would like to build a new desktop. My current employment requires me to work with many systems (XP, Vista, Win 7, Linux) and different software that each requires control of sound in the registry. I would like to load a whole system (say Win7, office, and a screen reader) on a hard drive, and do this many times over with different versions of OS and screen readers. Then be able to swap my hard drive quick and easy or have multiple boot options in one desktop.

Is this possible? Cost on the OS, and software does not matter. Just is it possible to say use a Thermaltake Level 10 chassis and make a multi-boot OS. I'm looking at minimum of 5.

:unsure: :)
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