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how can i make two windows OS bootable on external HD?


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#1 qam

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Posted 01 July 2013 - 02:16 AM

i have bootable windows 7 64-bit OS on my external HD and now want to install and burn win 7 32-bit on same hard drive in suh a way that i could have two options of win OS bootable.. how is it possible, plz guide in detail.

 



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Posted 01 July 2013 - 03:10 AM

1. Create a separate partition for installing Windows 7 32bit. Set its label to something easy to identify.

2. Boot from the 32-bit Windows 7 DVD.

3. Select the hard disk partition you created in step 1 and proceed. Be careful here not to format anything or not to select partiton on which Windows is already installed.






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