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Yes it is possible, first have a look at the info below but if you have only one Hard Disk Drive (HDD) then have a look at the tutorials at the links below to get some ideas.
Dual Boot : Create Partitions Using PWBD
Dual Boot Installation with Windows 7 and Vista
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