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Boot into Safe Mode When You Have 2 Partitions (Windows XP & Windows 7
I have a quick question. I have 3 partitions on my hard drive. First partition is for Windows XP and the second is Windows 7 and the third is for data.
My question is how does having 2 partitions impact booting into safe mode? I assume that both XP and Windows 7 have their own safe mode?
I am asking because I need to get into windows 7 safe mode in order to install a piece of software.
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