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Ok Ive gotten Vista Installed on my SATA drive by disabling my IDE drive in the BIOS. However as I feared once I re-enabled the XP hdd when loading i would get no OS selection but it would take me straight to Vista...Is there anyway i can get a Dual booting thing sorted ? Cheers.
Then you would just have to go and disable-boot the Vista drive. But I'm pretty sure that is not necessary, as such Vista searched for previous installation of Windows while installing, and have prepared a menu for Windows selection at boot. Vista I have install for many times, worked out every ones.
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Yes However I installed Vista without the XP drive enabled so for all it knows it is the Only OS.
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