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Problems with 2 operative systems in my new notebook

I have a hp pavilion 9925nr.
I made a new partition in the hard disc to install Windows XP in it. I have 2 big porblems:

1. The notebook only is booting with Windows XP, I am trying to install in the partition of windows XP a program called "AcronisDiskDirectorSuite" to have the posibility to select the operative system at the moment of start the computer, but when i try to install this program it shows the following error message: "Failed to Register the product. A possible reason is your firewall or proxy. Please stop them temporarily and try registration again". I inactived the firewall, but it doesn't works. What can I do?, can you help me please?.

2. The other problem is it: the wirless worked perfectly with Windows Vista, but i can't configure this in windows XP. This appearing the follow message at de corner of the screen: "WLAN : desactivado" (wlan:inactived) i dont know how can i activate the wireless. I already dowonload and install the wireless drive for windows XP from the HP webpage... Which others drivers should i install? What i must do? Thanks. sorry about my english. I'm just learning it.

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1.Try using Vistaboot pro. you can download that free here.

2. check if the wifi light is on. if off, most probably there's a hotkey that you need to press on the keyboard. or you need to enable it in device manager.

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I've heard there has been a lot of issues running XP and Vista on the same drive.  I think Microsoft is trying to keep the drives working on one operating system because it's easier to fix.  It may only support XP in the configuration you have now.
You should check with Microsoft.com to see if Vista can (and will) support dual operating systems.

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