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Vista and then XP

Postby Guest » Thu Feb 08, 2007 1:02 am

I've got Vista installed. Did a complete fresh install of Vista Home Premium.
I have a free partition and I'd now like to be able to put XP onto it and then dual boot.

VistaBootPRO 3.1 looks like a tool I'll need for part of the job but I'm not sure how I should proceed.

Can anyone provide me a quick outline of the steps I should use?

Thanks!

PS: Why? I have an older film scanner that doesn't work right in Vista and I don't want to lose that functionality when I need it. It's used in frequently so rebooting isn't a big deal and yet it isn't worth having a whole other computer for either.
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Postby kd1966 » Thu Feb 08, 2007 1:49 am

Moved by me; Thanks and welcome to PROnetworks skingery!

Please check out THIS thread to help you answer your question.
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