RE: Windows Vista & XP Multi Boot System
In Disk Management I have four volumes with one being for recovery, the
second for boot, crash dump, system, etc. and the other two don't have a
title and their file system isn't notated. When I right click on the last
two volumes the only thing I can do is delete them and not use them for XP.
Would shrinking the C drive be a viable solution to free up unallocated space
> I bought a new laptop with Vista already installed on it. I want to install
> XP in a multi boot configuration but get stuck in Disk Management and am
> unable to proceed from there. I'd like to keep Vista on my laptop, but if it
> comes down to it I'll need to take it off and put on XP because our work
> computers run with XP and we do a lot of work on reports and presentations
> from home and network from home. Any help would be much appreciated. I
> can't find the New Partition Wizard to make a space for XP.