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HELLO EVERYONE , I JUST NEED A LITTLE HELP... i have a 250gb hdd , and it is already divided into 3 partition C,D,E... my pc is already running on win xp sp2 installed on drive C , i want to install vista on drive D , CAN I DO THAT ? OR my xp should be on drive C , and vista should be on drive E?
ASKED: January 1, 2009  4:57 PM
UPDATED: January 2, 2009  4:42 PM

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Hi,
whatever & wherever it does not matter,
but the procedure should be as follow:
1 – Turn on your computer and when wondows inteface show put the windows Vista in CD-ROM.
2- It will show you windows vista interface with alot of options.
3- choose the 1st option that said install windows vista by clicking on it.
4- this is the important part , it will show you a selection bar and this bar have two options (new installation) & (upgrade)you will choose new installation and click next.
5- follow the windows installation instrauctions exactly like install windows normally.
6- when you done with the installation issue, everytime when you will turn on your PC it will show you two selection , one for windows XP and the second windows vista.

Best regards

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