Re: Forced dual boot
In article <05B4FF3E-552A-4938-82A8-7DDA11D12661@microsoft.com>, =?Utf-8?B?Q2FueW9uYXJv?=
> I know that the normal way to go about dual boot is to install the oldest OS
> first, but I just discovered (after a year) some old programs which won't run
> on my Vista 64 setup. I'd like to run these old programs but at the cost of
> uninstalling /reinstalling Vista it's not worth it.
> I have quite a bit of space, so making a new boot partition for ocasional
> boots - without the uninstall just choose which disk volum to boot from -
> seems ideal. Anyone forsee any problems with this?
Just install your XP at the free partition, and installs EasyBCD
on it. With this you can restore the Vista bootstrap, and leave
the XP, a dual boot.
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