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Basic Dual-boot question

 
 
Gravel Rash
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      06-29-2003
Is it necessary to have two physical drives in order to set up a dual boot
system, or can you use two partitions of the same drive? I'm looking to use
a WinXP and 98SE based system..


 
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Paul - xxx
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      06-29-2003
Gravel Rash deftly scribbled:

> Is it necessary to have two physical drives in order to set up a dual
> boot system, or can you use two partitions of the same drive? I'm
> looking to use a WinXP and 98SE based system..


Nope .. A Partitioned hard drive will support a W98 and WXP dual-boot
process ..

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