Upgrading to Windows 7 on a dual boot HD



I originally installed XP and Vista on my HD by creating a partition. XP was
installed on the C:\ drive partition and Vista was installed on the E:\ drive
partition. I now want to upgrade my XP partition by wiping it clean. My
computer has the resources to run Windows 7. My question is if I install
Windows 7 on the C:\ drive partition, will I still be able to choose which
operating system I open each time I reboot my computer?

Donnie Rucker

Yes, Just install Window 7 on the other hard drive. When you boot screen
come just pick the OS. XP will Show "C" drive in XP and "D" in Window 7. I
just nreame my Drive XP and WIndow 7 to stop any confusion.

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