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  How to dual boot .? 
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Jack Rock Jan 29, 2010, 01:21am EST Report Abuse
Hi Friends,
I am so tried ti dual boot in my system . i m using windows xp but i m installed new opreating system linux. but i m not installed linux in my system.
mu pc configuration.
intel chipset dual core.
1gb ram
320 gb hdd
pls give me any sugeestion.
how to installed linux in my system,?

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Joshua Marius, LeThe Jan 30, 2010, 07:16pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: How to dual boot .?


Once you download the distribution of Linux ISO and burn it to a CD; after the installation Linux will create a menu which allows you to select the Operating System you wish to boot in to. I am leaving you with a pic of UBUNTU in a Dual Boot with Windows XP. UBUNTU in particular uses GRUB, GRand Unified Bootloader

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