Running windows server 2003 on a laptop Tags: Homebuilt Laptops Windows Server 2003 Windows XP Systems Last response: October 11, 2010 11:31 AM in Systems Share Anonymous a b B Homebuilt system a b D Laptop October 9, 2010 5:02:53 AM I have a Toshiba satellite w/xp Pro and I want to install windows server 2003 for a share point sandbox for development, However I want to keep xp for my media, music composing and creative work. Is that doable??? More about : running windows server 2003 laptop lafleur1977 October 11, 2010 11:31:02 AM Yes, you need to install windows Server 2003 onto a separate partition than the one XP is installed on. Once installed, you should get a boot menu after turning on the laptop to choose the OS. The other option if your laptop is a fairly good spec is to install windows server 2003 in a virtual machine in Windows XP. You can download VMware server or MS virtual PC for free. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Windows Server 2003 Domain Crashed - No backup! Forum How to install windows server 2003 in hp lap Forum Block internet access on server running Windows Server 2003 Standard Forum Inability to connect to fileshare on a Windows 2003 server .. Forum Remote Desktop And Windows 2003 Server connectivity Problem Forum Windows Server 2003 PPTP VPN Problem Forum Windows 2003 server Wireless lan driver for IBM ThinkPad R51 Forum I am running windows server 2003 os and am looking for a new photo printer that Forum How to join a new Win7 PC to 2003 Server ? Forum Windows server 2003 will work in i5 laptop Forum Windows server 2003 supported laptop Forum How to access a web server /website running on the laptop f.. Forum Hi5 laptop with os as home basic windows 2007 cn it be connected to windows 2003 Forum Overheat?SlowComputer?Clueless? Forum Laptop light Forum [Solved] Dell Inspiron 1525 Laptop Computer Forum [Solved] Gaming on a budget- Which Laptop to buy Forum [Solved] 60g Laptop Hard drive - Volume Size for C / D drives? Forum Windows to imac-what? Forum Windows xp 64 ram problem Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !