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Dual boot problem with windows 8.1 and windows server 2013

Posted on 2014-04-12
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Hello Guys,

I want to dual boot windows 8.1 and windows server 2012 on the same machine.

I have fist install windows 8.1.  but i cant install windows server 2012, it says in the partition window, windows cant be installed on this drive.

Please help me
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you need to install Server 2012 on an empty partiton, shink some space from your c: drive and use that available space or add another hard drive
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that looks like what i said..
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Try adding a new drive and installing it there.
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