Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Dual boot Windows XP over Windows 7 installation guidelines

In this post you will learn ‘How to install Windows 7 and Windows XP as dual boot with Windows 7 as first installation. This case is applicable for users who have Windows 7 pre-installed on ‘C’ and want to install XP on their ‘D’ partition.

Windows XP Windows 7 dualboot
The process for this is very simple. Follow the steps below to install XP after Windows 7.

1) Make a fresh Install of Windows XP on ‘D’ partition of your hard drive. Assuming, Windows 7 is installed on ‘C’ partition.


I found the following JRE videos that seem to be helpful as well.

Routing Summer School Videos based on OJRE Student Guide material

Session 1
Chapters 1, 2 and 3 OJRE Student Guide
Chapter 1: Course Introduction
Chapter 2: Juniper Networks Enterprise Routers
Chapter 3: JUNOS User Interfaces

Session 2
Chapters 4 and 5 OJRE Student Guide
Chapter 4: Installation and Initial Configuration
Chapter 5: Operational Monitoring and Maintenance

Session 3
Chapter 6 and 9 OJRE Student Guide plus some additional topics/concepts
• Chapter 6: Routing Protocols and Policy
• Chapter 9: Miscellaneous Features

Session 4
Chapters 7 and 8 OJRE Student Guide
• Chapter 7: Link-State Protocols - OSPF
• Chapter 8: Services

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