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boot windows 1st then choose the custom install option.. but don't activate windows right away.. the idea is to keep the windows.old file just in case there are some files you forgot to back up. After you're sure you've got everything and it's all working, then reinstall, booting from the windows DVD, and set up your hdd so there's a relatively small partition for the OS and games (20% of your total hdd space but not more than 100 GB or less than 40Gb) and a 2nd partition for media, personal files and a backup image if you choose to make one. Your system will run much faster if you keep media and documents separate from system and program files and you won't need to move or back up personal stuff again if you ever have to reinstall windows
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