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Hello, I am running Windows 2000 sp4.

I have two hard drives in my computer.

Is it possible to have a dual operating system with windows xp (professional) and 2000?

I want to install XP without having to uninstall 2000, I have a second hard drive if that would help.

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Yes - it's just preferred to keep them seperated by partition/hard drive...
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Thanx. :D
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