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You could try without a Virtual Machine, which would be a true dual-boot. Partition your drive so there is a partition for both operating systems. I'm assuming you have some sort of Windows install bootable media, like a DVD, so then boot to the Windows install DVD and select your new partition as your installation destination. Once installed, if your existing Windows doesn't recongize your new Windows as being able to boot to, then you will need to modify the existing bootloader, or install a new one, like EasyBCD. Hope this helps!
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Posted:Dec 30, 2012
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