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hi , the recommended way for dual boot is to first install windows and then linux.... i have FC3 installed on my sytem.Now i want to install XP any particular ...
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    installing windows after linux


    hi ,
    the recommended way for dual boot is to first install windows and then linux....
    i have FC3 installed on my sytem.Now i want to install XP
    any particular steps i should follow or something to carefull abt ?????
    thank you............
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    Since XP is going to overwrite your mbr, I would make a boot floppy and make sure it works right before installing XP. Other than that, it's pretty much a no-brainer.
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    If you are using the GrUB bootloader you will have to repair it after you install win, some instructions how to do this is here.

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    thank you ....
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