Dualboot xp64/32 with 64 installed first Tags: Configuration Partition Windows XP Last response: March 5, 2010 1:06 AM in Windows XP Share phantomdentist March 4, 2010 11:24:15 AM Hi I am sorting out dualboot for someone and they would like32bit and 64 bit xp dualboot They already have xp 64 bit installed with alot of data on the partition so I need to install 32 bit after 64bit Does this require extra steps with bootloader type stuff? as 32bit is older than 64bit? If it does require extra steps could someone point me in the right direction (I can find answers to almost every imaginable dualboot question except this 1) Thanks More about : dualboot xp64 installed | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove treefrog07 March 5, 2010 1:06:49 AM It should not. After you install x64, you can edit the boot.ini file on the x86 installation with a text editor like wordpad to change the default boot order. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Windows XP>Dualboot xp64/32 with 64 installed first> Related ressources: ForumDual-Boot Hackintosh - Intel 6 core i7-3690k - 64 GB RAM ForumThe old dual-boot XP32/Vista 64 trick... Forum[Question] Installed XP first , how to dual-boot with Win 98? ForumDual-boot problems - Vista does not recognize XP upon Vista install ForumNew Custom Build PC with DualBoot ForumWindows 7 Dual-boot pagefile Question ForumDualboot win 7 32 bit and 64 bit on 1 hd ForumBest way to dual-boot Ubuntu and Windows 7? ForumDualboot 32bit and 64 bit, is it possible? Forum[ Dual-boot ] 32bit XP Professional w/ 64 bit Windows 7 preinstalled Forum64 -bit Ubuntu not installing on dual-boot ? ForumDual-boot Troubleshooting ForumDell Precision 690 ForumAccidental Dual-Boot ForumPCMCIA slots need more power??? HELP! Forum[Solved] Dualboot xp and windows 7 ForumSetuping a default user profile with My Documents redirection ForumWill XP home work with xp media ForumOnline chat with sony told me to do bios reset but f2 doesnt do anything. ForumHow to minimize a page with keyboard More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !