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Triple booting XP/7/Ubuntu - your advice please!
Hi everybody, this is my very first post!
My Dell XPS Studio 1640 laptop currently has installed Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit.
I have a project this weekend to set up my PC with triple boot (XP/7/Linux)
Partly to ensure I can go back to my original setup, I purchased a full Macrium Reflect licence to make a back up of my Windows 7 installation. I bought the full version so that I could have the Windows PE restore facility as well as the standard Linux based one.
I will be using the following guide as a starting point: Installing and Triple-booting Windows XP, Windows 7 and Ubuntu
However, if at all possible, I would like to use Macrium Reflect to restore my original Windows 7 system to the second partition rather than having to install Windows 7 from scratch and then re-installing all my (many) applications!
Please let me know if this is possible and tell me of any things I need to take special care about.
Many thanks in advance!
-- white were wolf
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