Dual Boot?


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sallad1961

need someone to point me in right way to setup my PC for Dual Boot?.I am
currently using XP Pro& want to install Server 2003 on another partition?the
question is what hardware & how?,Can Anyone Help as I need to Practice For My
cert 3 networking TAFE class.
 
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Olórin

sallad1961 said:
need someone to point me in right way to setup my PC for Dual Boot?.

That's a statement, not a question?

Googled it?
I am
currently using XP Pro& want to install Server 2003 on another partition?

That is another statement, not a question?
the
question is what hardware & how?

What do you mean by "what hardware"? What hardware do you have that's
running XP already? Then *that's* what hardware! Do you mean, what is the
minimum hardware spec required for installing Server 2003? If so, and you've
searched for yourself but come up with nothing, then that doesn't bode
well...

As for "how?" - you're better off researching this for yourself then posting
back with specific questions arising; it'll add to the whole learning
experience. Here's a site I highly recommend:
http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&q=dual+boot+xp+"server+2003"&meta=

,Can Anyone Help as I need to Practice For My
cert 3 networking TAFE class.

Good luck; I'd advise doing lots of research before diving in with the dual
boot - and of course, making sure you have a current, known-good backup. If
your hardware's up to it, you might want to consider using virtual machines
instead (VMware, VirtualBox, Virtual PC/Server, etc).
 
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Peter Foldes

I am now posting here from W2K3 SP2 Enterprise and the answer is simple. If you do
not know the answer to your own question then you have no business to install W2K3
in any flavor.

If you want a comprehensive answer then post this unbelievable question to the
microsoft.public.windows.server.general newsgroup
 
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sallad1961

Peter Foldes said:
I am now posting here from W2K3 SP2 Enterprise and the answer is simple. If you do
not know the answer to your own question then you have no business to install W2K3
in any flavor.

If you want a comprehensive answer then post this unbelievable question to the
microsoft.public.windows.server.general newsgroup

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Peter

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Hey THanks For your reply!,but here`s one for you,if you don`t ask you don`t learn!.wonder why the world is the way it is?Help & Support isn`t it?
 

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