Re: Another OS question
Rule of thumb is oldest OS first on the partition closest to the beginning of the HDD. So let's say you've got 4 partitions -> partition 1, 2, and 3 are large enough to accompany XP, Vista, and W7 and partition 4 is for your files and documents and such...You want to install XP on part. 1, then Vista on P2, and W7 on P3...each successive OS should take care of the boot loader. The reason to install XP, then Vista, then W7 is that if you would install in reverse order, XP might not see the other 2 OS's since it is older.
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