Nov 28, 2009 - 04:52 AM
Normally is important as well the order in which you install things. Should normally install the older o/s first then install as new (ensure you do not pick upgrade) the newer o/s.
There is a article here which explains the partitioning process. Easier to see pics and try explain
I DO RECOMMEND YOU BACKUP YOUR STUFF BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANYTHING.
I know what to do as I have dual boot XP and Vista but in cases like this where providing links to detailed explanations already given is better.
If you want to do more reading on this then google
"dual boot windows 7"
Here is another link which explains what to do
Jan 18, 2010 - 02:49 AM
The Quomon Team
Jan 18, 2010 - 03:21 AM
Yes u can run 2 OS on your system..just separate the drives to install the 2 Operating systems..
For example use C: drive for installing XP and D: drive for installing Vista..Simple.
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