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> I bought a new computer with Vista installed on it. I have an old computer
> with xp on it. I plan to add the old hard drive with xp to my new computer
> so I would have both hard drives and both O.S. on one computer. I would like
> to have a dual boot option between the two systems/hard drives. If this is
> possible can someone give me some detailed instructions on how to achieve it.
> Thanks in advance for your help.
For several reasons it is not possible. At first, the XP was not
installed on the new hardware, and second, the XP should only
work from the place he was installed, most the first drive and
the first partition.
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