Re: Dual boot XP & Vista question

"Bobby" wrote:
I purchased a Dell laptop with Vista Home Premium on it and some of
my older Xp software won't work on it. I would like to install XP on
a separate partition and have a multi boot system, but am having issues.
I created a partition on my hard drive, but when I try to install XP - it
tells me I already have a newer version of Windows and won't do an
install.....If I try to boot from the CD and install that way it tells me it
can't find a hard disk to install to.

Search Google with the words "install XP after Vista".
You'll get tons of hits.



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