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Unplug the XP HD during Clean Install Windows 7 then after install plug it back in and boot it using the one-time BIO Boot Menu key. This keeps them independent.
If you don't like this arrangement then install EasyBCD to Windows 7 to add XP to a Windows Dual Boot menu, which will keep them independent but may be an easier GUI.
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