Dual booting WinXP 64 and WinXP 32
Posted on 2008-11-18
I want to dual boot WinXP 64 (already installed) and WinXP 32 (not yet installed), using BootIt NG.
The system is an x64-based PC with single 300GB SAS disk, configured as a 276GB primary C: partition and a 10GB recovery partition.
I want a primary partition for each OS and a separate primary partition for data, to be shared by all OS's.
One concern is a bidirectional firewall for XP64. For example, ZoneAlarm will not work on 64-bit OS's, and the Windows firewall is notoriously lax on outbound traffic. Any ideas on rigorously controlling XP64 outbound traffic?
XP32 will be the primary means for internet access, because of the readily available and excellent firewall/anti-virus software, so it's enough to lock out XP64 from getting internet access.
What's a good way to set this up with BootIt NG?