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Dual-Booting Windows
Last updated: 7/20/01

Q.  Is there a way to dual-boot my computer with Windows NT, Windows 2000, and Windows 98 (or other operating systems) from the same hard disk drive?

A.  Yes.  See How to Dual-Boot Windows 9X/Me and 2000 Pro for dual-booting various flavors of Windows.  It can also be done with MasterBooter, MSTBoot, BootWizard Pro, and Partition Magic, which uses IBM's Boot Manager.  I have read that Boot Manager can be bought separately, but I cannot find a source for it.  You will need a third party utility to dual-boot other operating systems, such a Linux.  And some of these utilities provide many features/capabilities in addition to dual-booting.

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