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Dual Boot Of XP 32bit and 7 64bit

i have intel core 2 quad 2.33ghz processor and 4gb ram with 512nvidia vga. now i am using windows xp 32bit only and i need to know if i install windows 7 64bit os into another partition it will lead to a dual boot. is this will slow or crash down my pc or decrease the performance and make it not responding?
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    Your system configuration seems good and should to fine with dual boot as you mentioned without any difficulties!

    http://apcmag.com/how_to_dualboot_vista_with_xp__stepbystep_guide_with_screenshots.htm?page=2

    have this guide as reference, Windows 7 & Vista have similar installation procedures!
  2. saran008 said:
    Your system configuration seems good and should to fine with dual boot as you mentioned without any difficulties!

    http://apcmag.com/how_to_dualboot_vista_with_xp__stepbystep_guide_with_screenshots.htm?page=2

    have this guide as reference, Windows 7 & Vista have similar installation procedures!


    thanx..
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  5. saran008 said:
    How about selecting best answer??

    sure...
  6. I have almost the same setup, 500 gig WD HD, split in half, X/P Home 32 bit and Win 7 64 bit. No problems what so ever. I also have Vista Ulta 64 bit on a second HD WD 250 gig.
    The only draw back is X/P Home 32 only reconizes 3gigs of memory.

    fivex1950
  7. fivex1950 said:
    I have almost the same setup, 500 gig WD HD, split in half, X/P Home 32 bit and Win 7 64 bit. No problems what so ever. I also have Vista Ulta 64 bit on a second HD WD 250 gig.
    The only draw back is X/P Home 32 only reconizes 3gigs of memory.

    fivex1950


    thanx 4 corp.................................
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