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I have two operating systems on my hard drive.

I have two os's on my hard drive, NT pro and XP home. I have another hard drive in the pc and want to put my os (XP) on it and format the original drive can I do this?

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  • M110A2 Jun 16, 2008

    Thats a wrap, up and running. But now I'm stuck with the shut down issue where XP restarts instead of shuttting down, No I don't have Roxio and I already unchecked restart after power loss. Any Help would help me signifigantly.



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    M110A2

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Hi,

You can manually disconnect the IDE/SATA cable temporarily from your motherboard (the one with NT PRO & XP HOME), then you can cleanly install a Windows XP on your new Hardisk. And after installing, you can re-connect the other hardrive on your computer and format it under your NEW Windows XP, be sure to set the BIOS BOOTUP sequence that you boot on the right drive.

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