Dual booting

  flateric1 14:03 10 Aug 08

Sorry another quesation..

Can I dual Vista 64bit and XP Pro.. Would it mean my games would work? old ones etc.

I want to put in two Hard drives can I put Vista 64bit n noe and XP on another?

I take it mean I have to buy more then 1 user for my amti Virus software also right and other software if needed that have 1 user software?

It XP Peo then Vista last or other way round?

Which is best Vista 32bit or 64bit?

Thank you for advice

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14:16 10 Aug 08

Xp first is easier

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  thms 14:22 10 Aug 08

I have exactly that setup. You will need to install xp first then vista. The reason I have vista 64bit is so I can use the full 4gb I have installed.

Saying that I don't see much advantage in having 64bit other than being able to recognise 4gb. I use a lot of CAD programs and these are memory intensive unfortunately one off them does not run on 64bit. So that ended up a waste of time.

Otherwise 64bit runs well and I had no problems with any hardware which seems to affect a few people.

Regarding your software welllll I just installed it on both systems, as far as I was concerned it is still one computer. No doubt someone will say you cant do that.

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