A friend has a computer with Win XP Home that has no Windows disk, just the
manufacturer's install disks. We swapped motherboards and it has turned out
We would like to do a clean install of Win XP Professional Academic edition.
Maybe we can use bootitng to shrink the XP partition, create a new NTFS
partition, set a boot item in bootitng to point to the clean partition while
booting the CD, and including the XP Home partition as unhidden.
So, the idea is, Win Academic would see the XP Home, or be shown it by us in
some dialog, and then install itself on the 2nd partition.
Will this work?
MS Smiley :-\
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