|02 Jun 2011||#1|
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File sharing after setting up a dual boot
Thanks for the directions set up dual booting XP and Windows 7. I was able to add Windows 7 to a system that previously booted XP.
Two possibly related questions:
1. In order for my Windows 7 OS be able to read/write existing files created by XP, I gave complete control to everyone. Is there a better, safer way? The computer name is JIM-PC for Windows 7 and JIM-XP for XP. The user name is Jim for both systems.
2. I can't find the CD for my legal copy of Microsoft Office 2003. Is there any way to install it in Windows 7 without the CD or allow using the XP installation from Windows 7?
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