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Old 01-28-2005, 10:53 AM   #1
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I want to set up a machine with all 4 OS at 1 time. The machine is a AMD 1100 duron processor with 512k mem and 40GB HDD. How Can I Put Windows 98,ME,2000,and XP on this machine? Can Some One Lay Out The Instructions To Do This For Me Please?
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never heard of that idea before...i know one thing...you'll have to partition your hd like 4 times. Why would you want to do this? I dont even think you can do this can you?
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Old 01-28-2005, 11:46 AM   #3
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i dont specifically noe how, but i advise u not to.......its really complex, and WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY would u crazy bastard
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Ah hahaha! You shouldn't be putting XP on that machine anyway - let alone Millenium Edition!

Is this just one of those things to say oh I have 98, Me, 2000 and XP on one machine? Because on a Duron - its seriously not worth the hassle.
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I want to set up a machine with all 4 OS at 1 time. The machine is a AMD 1100 duron processor with 512k mem and 40GB HDD. How Can I Put Windows 98,ME,2000,and XP on this machine? Can Some One Lay Out The Instructions To Do This For Me Please?
wow......why???
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He can put XP on it easily. I have this really crap comp. that i just use for MSN Messenger and stuff for my room. It's a P2 266 MHZ, 96 MB RAM, 5.99 GB HDD and i have XP running on it. No need to upgrade it because i just use it once in awhile.
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why? its not really worht it and u would have 10gb on each os thats point less i mean 2 OS's ok but damn 4???????
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lol i know its insane...maybe he'll respond sometime soon
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