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Dual boot prob

I have Win 98 n also wanna to install winxp but keeping my 98 what to do?

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    A Womans Computer Man May 11, 2010

    you want to have two operating systems, or just the old win 98 data?

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Simply when u install winxp from cd  choose new installation insted off upgrade and install xp on defferent partition...

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Boot to win98 operating system. Insert the XP operating CD. IT will automatically open a window asking you to select Install winXP prof. It will ask for new installation and Upgrade (recommended)

select upgrade and select next and follow the instructions. it will restart and ask you select the os.
select xp in blue screen. install the OS other than C Drive.

please don't ever install in c drive.. do with caution.


Enjoy.

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

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