PARALLEL INSTALL OF WINDOWS
These guides will tell you how to do a
parallel install of Windows and the advantages and disadvantages of doing
guide is to tell you about Microsoft Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, ME, 98, NT, and
95 installs into a different directory, without formating the hard
drive. Parallel install Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, ME, 98, NT, 95 - advantages, disadvantages and how to do it.
How to do it -
You Don't loose any data just your
preferences, and will allow you to backup. useful for data retrieval.
In the case if Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000 and NT
will leave your old operating system in place so
that data can be retrieved and/or your original
operating system repaired.
Can fail if a hardware fault was the original
cause of the problem.
Requires a secondary hard drive or partition for
Windows 7 and Vista.
Secondary hard drive or partition also
recommended for all operating system due to the
really real risk of data loss.
You start the windows
installation and instead of installing into the
default directory of Windows (or WinNT) you select a
different directory or drive C:\Windows001 (or
Vista can only be
parallel installed onto another partition that has
no operating system.
Windows 7 also
requires another drive or partition to parallel
Windows 7, Vista, NT, 2000 and XP users have a
distinct possibility of loosing all their personal
data if they set the login name the same as the
Windows 7, Vista cannot be parallel installed
onto the same partition as any other operating
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