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^ lol, close enough? Maybe a bit exaggerated, but all I know that it will not be good for the hard drive, and it is a laptop. Performance cannot compare to a desktop. That is how I want to believe it. I am still a noob at things, so please correct me if I have any incorrect information. What I say is all learned from others, so I'm still in training. ^^;" Hope you guys won't hate me.
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I have succesfully done this. i made a 10gb partition ntfs run xp, then whilst xp is running insert vista cd and install from within xp, vista will ask if you want to install it onto a list of available partions, select your new 10gb one and let it do its own thing like installing xp does, on completion @ boot up u will have 2 choice "old version of windows" or "Vista". old version is XP.
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