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new OS in my drive C

Is there any free multi-boot utility that i can use to  choose for booting multiple OS's?? and Is there any update for bios to enable me to do so??
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saoud
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rbrCommented:
lilo from any linux distribution.
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heyhey_Commented:
Partion Magic
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saoudAuthor Commented:
the answer didn't tell where i can find this utility! i tried to search for it but i couldn't !
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kaytonCommented:
Partition Magic is NOT free.  If you have NT on your system, it will do multiboot at no additional cost.  
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heyhey_Commented:
>> Is there any free multi-boot utility that i can use to  choose for booting multiple OS's??
 
what are your OSes ??
Linux and Windows NT support their own multiboot
take a look at www.winfiles.com (search for "Partition Magic" - sorry for the typo :(
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spud15Commented:
freeBSD comes with x-windows
it works well
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