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I have downloaded the Xandros Open Circulation Editition. I have Windows installed on my 40 gig hard drive. Windows has 20 gigs of NTFS partition. The other is free. What ...
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    I have downloaded the Xandros Open Circulation Editition. I have Windows installed on my 40 gig hard drive. Windows has 20 gigs of NTFS partition. The other is free. What can I do to dual boot safely? Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyborg939
    I have downloaded the Xandros Open Circulation Editition. I have Windows installed on my 40 gig hard drive. Windows has 20 gigs of NTFS partition. The other is free. What can I do to dual boot safely? Thank you.
    If the other 20GB is unpartitioned you shouldn't have any trouble installing Xandros (or any other Linux) into that free space. Xandros will handle setting up the bootloader for you.
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