While I haven't personally attempted this, it can be done. Just to expand upon what Allan
Here is a link to Toshiba drivers. Just fill in the product type, model etc. for your computer and select Windows XP, then "Search." The site seemed to have the basic XP drivers; however, you should first verify this. http://ie.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp?service=IE
The typical way to dual boot WinXP with Win7 is to install the older operating system first (XP), followed by the newer (Win7). That's because WinXP won't recognize the the newer Win7 bootloader. That being said, it can be done in reverse. There is just an additional step.
Follow this link: Dual Boot Installation with Windows 7 and XP
. Arrow down and read Option 2
Know the sizes of your Win Vista and Win 7 partitions as you will want to install XP in the Win Vista partiton.
- You can see the partition sizes by doing the following:
- From within Window 7, click Start (orb), right click Computer, Manage, Disk Management.
- Windows 7 creates a System Reserved partiton followed by (C: Healthy (boot, page file, crash dump, parimary partiton))
- Identify the Recovery and Vista partitions. Make note of the size (GBs) of the Vista partiton for when you install XP.
This goes without saying, but make sure to backup any important data
before attempting these operations.
Others who have done this may offer further suggestions.