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Always booting from hibernation
Penny for your thoughts?
Don't know. A more conventional solution would be to put XP, say, on a virtual computer such as virtualbox. Then you'd boot up Linux; do a couple of mouse clicks to boot up XP in virtualbox. Then you could quickly switch back and forward between the Linux and XP; although XP would take time to boot initially, but you could do something in Linux meanwhile.
You might even be able to hibernate the computer and bring it back up with XP still booted in the software computer. But I'm not sure you can do that.All power is violence; all power is evil.
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