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Is there a way I can dual boot ESX and MS Windows 2008?

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Amitabh Singh earned 500 total points
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hi
yes, you can dual boot ESX and Windows (of course it is unsupported.)
The best way to accomplish this is to install Windows first and then ESX.  Once Windows is installed, boot to the ESX CD, chose custom partitioning, and leave the Windows partition alone.  

have a look to this vmware community discussion also its regarding same issue

http://communities.vmware.com/thread/154204
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but i recommend you to install windows 1st and then install Vmware Server or Workstation on it & create an ESX4 VM on that
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