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Multiple operating system

Discussion in 'Windows' started by sgreen, Feb 13, 2013.

  1. sgreen

    sgreen New Member

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    I am currently using windows 8 Pro(32 bit). But now I want to keep both windows 8 and windows 7 or xp. Is it possible to take new operating system keeping the existing win8 without any kind of hampering? If you have any better idea, please share.
     
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    Virtual machine will be a good help on your requirement.
     
  3. sgreen

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    yessss, I get it.
     
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    quickbooks2016 New Member

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    yes, Its is possible but very difficult.
     
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    It is possible. Install your windows 7 or Xp without getting into boot. Just load your windows in My computer section by launching Setup.exe file or by auto play when you place DVD.Same for bootable pen-drive.
     
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    Yes virtual machine will be good option i would like to recommend.
     

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