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Old 02-21-2007, 02:24 PM   #1
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Multiboot Debian Testing and Windows XP on 2 Drives

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Multiboot Debian Testing and Windows XP on 2 Drives

I hope I have this in the correct place.

I love Debian Linux, enjoy being on the newer edge of things so use Testing and have a need to use Windows XP or higher because of a particular requirement. I would install XP on a slower machine but it wouldn't work so need it on my good boxen.

Anyway long story short. I haven't done much with XP so might run into problems down the line but will address them at that point.

AMD Sempron 2800+ 1.60GHz (Palermo core) 1 Gig. RAM - w. Debian Testing on WD 20G HD and XP on 15G WD HD.


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