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You can do that 2 ways: 1 - if you want to install a Linux distribution then all of them have the option of selecting the install way in their installer - when presented you must select the Use Free space option and choose to create there a new partition for your Linux. After that all is pretty much automatic. 2 - if you want to install another Windows next to the one you have now you will have to manually create a new partition in the free space using a partition manager program, install the new OS in that partition then manually customize the NTLDR from your original install to take into account the new one.
First download all of the Xp drivers , unless you have then on a disk already. (Link provided below)
Next: Insert the windows Xp disk into the cd driver. When it says ;"OS system found do you want to repair it?" or anythng else say No.
If will say reformat driver? Say Yes. Let it run giving it all the information requested including the registeration numbers that came with the Win Xp disk when you bought the disk by itself. Install all of the drivers,one at a time .