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Old April 19, 2008, 11:26 AM
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First you need to either have two partitions on one HDD or two seperate HDDs.

Then install whichever OS you want as your primary first on one partition then install the other OS on another partition and BAM, you are done.

Instead of when Windows boot normally you'll get a boot menu where you can choose which OS you want to boot into and if non are chosen, since there is a boot menu timer like there usually is, it'll boot into the first OS that you installed.
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