Solved Vista/7 Dual-Boot? Tags: Windows 7 Dual Boot Hewlett Packard Windows Vista Last response: June 19, 2009 5:11 PM in Windows 7 Share 4core June 19, 2009 2:47:56 AM I want to use Windows 7 RC, but my current printer (HP) doesn't work with Windows 7. I'm thinking of maybe dual-booting. Do you think there will be any issues? More about : vista dual boot Best solution Goro June 19, 2009 3:29:46 AM No, as long as you partition your HDD correctly. W7 needs at least 16Gb of storage. I am runing VU and W7 on RAID0 with two partitions. Share 4core June 19, 2009 6:16:10 AM OK, I just installed Windows 7. Everything seems to be working fine. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer shubham1401 June 19, 2009 5:11:20 PM Hey many things dont work with Win 7 RC .You cant even run disk images with alcohol/daemon. Its better to dual boot with win 7 . I am myself dual booting win xp and win 7. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Remove Vista in Vista/7 Dual-Boot Configuration Forum SolvedInstalling a Windows Vista/7 OEM on Acer 4730 Forum Windows XP to Vista/7 for cheap? Forum SolvedAdding another OS to my Dual-Boot Forum SolvedDual-Boot Windows Xp + Xubuntu (will there be ANY lag whatsoever) Forum Compaq Evo N610c VGA Driver for Wnidows Vista/7 Forum SolvedHow to install Windows Server 2008 (dualboot) on a PC with Windows 8.1 already on it? Forum Where do I get drivers for SB Live Value for Vista/7 64-bit? Forum Win Vista/7 - Game Stutters - Found the Problem Forum Windows Vista/7 Hangs on Start-Up Forum New PC - Windows Vista/7 Install Freeze Forum Boot windows vista/7 installation off USB faster Forum Vista/7 Installation issue - HD not shown Forum Error during Vista/7 Clean Install - Help! Forum What is the proper way to benchmark CPU in Vista/7? Forum SolvedCan I dual-boot off of 1 SSD? Forum SolvedShould I dual-boot on a second drive? Forum SolvedDual-Boot vs Live-USB Forum Solveddualboot problem ? Forum SolvedDualBoot Mavericks/Windows 7 Hackintosh Gaming Build Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !