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Vista Ultimate In A Dual Boot Setup

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#1 Maco


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Posted 30 January 2007 - 05:08 PM

Hello Guys:

Have a ?
Here is my situation, right now I have XP Pro SP2 updated to latest of everything.
I might be able to get me a OEM FULL version of Ultimate & want to know if I can install it in a DUAL BOOT configuration setup without messing up XP Pro? In other words, can I run both OS's on the same PC without any problems whatsoever? Both will be FULL versions, no upgrades.

Any insights would be appreciated.


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#2 edin


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Posted 30 January 2007 - 05:28 PM

yes, you can, i work on laptop LS 30730 celeron M1,3 ghz., and i have xpmce on first partition, and vista
ultimatum on sec. part. without any problems, you must know vista want 15 gb or more for instalation, your secund part. must be big enough... :huh:

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