I would like to have a triple boot set-up on my Sony VAIO. I want to install Windows 7 64 bit, Windows Vista 32 bit, and Ubuntu (prob 64 bit).
The reason for this is, when I purchased my computer it had Vista 32 bit installed. I bought Windows 7 64 bit later and did a clean install. Many of the features were missing, or not working properly, and I've tried everything to get them up again, i.e. webcam, track-pad, "S" buttons, etc.
I have two hard drives that were originally set up in a RAID, which I undid, so I could have Windows 7 on one drive, and Ubuntu on another drive (because I couldn't get Ubuntu to install over the RAID.)
I'm thinking I should have Windows 7 and Ubuntu each 64 bit on one hard drive, and put Vista on the other hard drive, partitioning the remaining space for storage.
Does this set-up sound reasonable? What order should I install the operating systems? I'm thinking Vista first, then Windows 7, then Ubuntu.
Any advice on a triple boot of this type of config? Thanks ahead of time!