I am Using WinXP Pro as my current OS. But as some of my games, XingMPEG Player(not supporting acc. in WinXP), Mcafee Antivirus5.1 r not working i m thinking to load WinME (My old OS). But u know the WinXP is such that no one will roll back to WinME. So i want a dual booting between WinXP and WinME. I know if i install WinME first on c: and WinXP secondly on D: it will dual boot automatically. But the problem is that i have Installed WinXP on C: and working on it for last one month. I have updated it a lot.Dowloaded more that 10MB of update. So i donnot want to format C:. Any way by which i can install both OS without any tamper in my current OS.
The idea m thinking of is that: - I will install WinME D:. This will make my computer to boot from d:. Now i will reinstall WinXP on on my current installation on WinXP. But is it safe to do so. And will all my updates will stay intact. I will install only games, antivirus and 2-3 other program on WinME which r not working on WinXP. All my partition r in FAT 32 format. Please help me.
My System Spec.
SiS 6326 4MB VRAM
20GB (4 Partition FAT32) HDD
SB PCI 64 Sound Card
Creative infra 48x CD ROM
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u dont need a boot manager just install win me on the d: partitition an they will know how to work together.i would also recommend loosing the 4 partititions to 2 partitiitons of 6gb and 14 gb for savind alot of space.
and one more thing, i dont know if win me will work with it but if it will u should swith to NTFS file system instead of FAT32, its much more efficient.
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