Install Win XP on the first hard drive, then install Vista from Xp and on question about "what kind of installation do you want to have?" Answer "separate" installation. When it asks you "which hard drive are you going to use?" Choose the second one. Vista will create a boot list automatically.
yes i can install
To upgrade the windows 7 basic operating system to ultimate you have to install the windows 7 ultimate.
Yes, but it is highly not recommended as if you are running XP your computer will not be powerful enough to run Windows Vista Home basic or ultimate if you do install you could end up doing serious damage to your computer and may struggle to downgrade back to XP as your computer probably won't be able to start up. Note: If you computer has a label on it "Windows Vista Compatiable" your computer is likely still not to be powerful enough. You should run Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor from www.microsoft.com to find out whether you computer is powerful enough.
If you have Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate you can install Windows XP Mode. Or if you want to downgrade you can do a clean install of Windows XP with an installation disk.
Yes You can install both windows 98 and winxp in different partitions
No. Upgrades are only supported from Windows XP. You would need to do a clean install to upgrade from 98, ME, or 2000.
Windows Vista Ultimate
Ultimate and Enterprise
The easiest way is to install Windows first, then install your distribution of Linux second.
If you are running Windows xp mode on Windows 7 professional, ultimate, or enterprise
Any of the windows vista programs are perfect for the mac computer and are easy to install.
It depends on which version of Windows you want. They all vary by how advanced they are. The newest Windows 7 Ultimate is about three hundred dollars just for the program. My friend installed ours for us.
It can be any version of Windows 7 (Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, Professional or Ultimate) but if you want to keep your stuff buy an 'upgrade' version of the DVD. If your computer has become unstable, or cannot boot into Windows, choose the full install as this will install a fresh copy onto your computer. (Only choose this if you want to wipe all the stuff off your hard drive) but if you do all your stuff will be in a folder called Windows.old I recommend Windows 7 Ultimate but it is the most expensive option. Windows 7 Starter is the cheapest but doesn't have the full features of Ultimate. Most people go for Home Premium. (I've got Windows 7 Ultimate Beta)
Yes. You can dual boot both operating systems at once. Or you can install Windows XP over Windows Vista
windows vista ultimate also windows vista enterprise.
no and yes
Install windows on it? =P
Because you need to install a driver for the internal sound car. Check the motherboard manufacture website for new drivers. If I don't know what card I have, or where it's located, how do I know which driver to install?
You'd do it the same way you would install windows on an internal hard drive. Nothing really changes.
Installing windows need to specify the Version of windows as Microsoft the Owner of Windows Operating System has changed eventually the way you install the respective version of windows
Yes, you can.