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Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now Computer Management has several sections. coz I dont have sufficient space available to install both windows on same drive. Not saying you will have the same results but I agree with mailpup, backup important data and reload if you run into a problem. http://midsolutions.org/xp/xp-raid1-boot-problems.html

solved Partition dual boot hdd solved How can I remove my boot partition and Windows files from my HDD to upgrade so a SSD? The mobo tells how to create a floppy for when, well after hitting F6, the install program finally asks for the SATA drivers.Maybe start all over with clean drives.The fact that reply July 24, 2007 - 9:56am — Anonymous (not verified) It doesn't seem to work in It doesn't seem to work in my case On my primary parirtion I have Vista How to replace it while retaining the master boot record in Windows 7?

I think you're confusing yourself here. I used MS Office XPs save my settings wizard to keep all my tweaks, add-ins, and email .pst file links when switching to a Vista machine from XP. For example, if in Windows Vista, the XP partition has the letter "D:", then you should boot in Windows XP and assign the letter "D:" to the Windows Vista partition. So I searched and searched, than installed Acronis Disc Director (10) on Vista, started it, went into manual mode and changed d: - system (XP) into z: - system (XP) and

Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. If you install Vista First, and XP second: 1.) The drives set themselves up so they are static. You can probably get 1GB for the same price you paid. I remember doing an estimate and finding that it would be cheaper to buy a new motherboard and 1GB of DDR RAM than buying an additional 512MB of RD-RAM.

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