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Os instalation i have already istalled the xp proffessional2000 and then i want to install another it do?and it is possible or not?.

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Re: os instalation

You mean Winxp and win 2000..then thats it you can install a maximum of two windows operating systems..However you may install Linux,Unix etc.,

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