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Dual Boot Windows 10 and Windows XP (Resolved).

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Best Answer FreeBooter , 25 October 2016 - 08:40 AM

When you install Windows XP and after any Windows version the boot manager of newest version of Windows boot manager will give you option to boot to Windows XP and Windows 7 or Windows 10. You don'... Go to the full post »


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How to Make a Dual Boot Windows 10 and Windows XP. Please help me, i need it badly :'(

 


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When dual booting Windows you always install previous version of Windows OS first then install newer version of Windows OS on different partition.


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first install xp and then windows 7? is there anything configure settings?


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Yes first install Windows XP then Windows 7 and no you don't have to configure nothing at all.


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nothing at all? how about EasyBCD?


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is this same procedure for windowxp and windows 10? 1. Install windows xp after finish install XP. Then Install Win10 in other partition am i right?


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✓  Best Answer

When you install Windows XP and after any Windows version the boot manager of newest version of Windows boot manager will give you option to boot to Windows XP and Windows 7 or Windows 10. You don't need to use EasyBCD as long as you install first Windows XP then install Windows 10.


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When you install Windows XP and after any Windows version the boot manager of newest version of Windows boot manager will give you option to boot to Windows XP and Windows 7 or Windows 10. You don't need to use EasyBCD as long as you install first Windows XP then install Windows 10.

tnx :) it's working


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You are very welcome!


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