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Dual boot set-up

Posted on 1997-07-30
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On a newly purchased Window PC, how to set it up such that
it can be dual booted to either Window 95 or Window NT?

Note that the machine hasn't been purchased, so the question
isn't "machine dependent".
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Ther are a couple of programs on the market that allow you to easily run multiple operating systems in the same box.  My preference is the Partition Magic program, that also allows you to repartition your hard drive without reformatting the thing!
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