I would like to set my system up to boot XP (or Windows 2003) x64 on one disk \nand x32 on another. So far I have been unsucessful. This is my third try. I \ninstalled XP x64 and then tried to install XP x32. During the installation \n(of the 32 bit XP) I was prompted for a drive to install on I had to insert \ndrivers for the drive (32 bit drivers) and only one drive showed up so I \ninstalled on that one (my thinking was that since x64 was on the other drive \nthat was why it was not showing up). After the installation I just had the \nx32 XP with no dual boot. Then I thought maybe this is a feature (x64 and x32 \ndual boot) that was added in later so I tried to install the x64 version of \nthe OS again I supplied the 64 bit drivers and was presented with just one \ndrive to install on. Again I made the assumption that I could not see the x32 \nbecause the x64 drivers wouldn't let me. I installed the x64 OS and the x32 \nOS was wiped out. So I have these questions. I physically have two drives, \nregardless of the drivers that I have installed what drives should I see \nduring installation? Can I have this type of dual boot (x64 on one drive and \nx32 on another both with the same controller)?\n\nThank you.