please and new here, i wanted to find if there's anyone here who knows how to daul boot vista and xp on the same system. Help..............
Why would you want both on your system? Talk about crashing...
More to the point - why would some one join hubpages just to ask a dumb question which is then conveniently answered by another recent joiner who just happens to drop 2 links with the anchor text they wanted in the forum? lol
It's better than the first response of "contact your computer supplier"
Anyone could have done that, assuming they don't self-build.
I found them two links helpful, wouldn have helped back in my Vista days. (aka, dark days)
higher hardware requirement, bad compatibility, no improvement in productivity
I give it zero value
better stick with XP SP2
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