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General Information -
With a dual-boot configuration, you can choose between operating systems (or between versions of the same operating system) when you start the computer.
Make sure that you create an Emergency Repair Disk before you install another operating system on your computer.
You can set up a multi-boot configuration, with more than two operating systems on one computer or a dual-boot between the following operating systems.
Windows 2000 and
...Windows NT 3.51, Windows NT 4.0
or Windows 95, Windows 98
or Windows 3.1, Windows for Workgroups 3.11
To set up a dual-boot configuration, you must use a separate partition for each operating system. During Windows 2000 Setup, you can use the Advanced Setup option to select a folder on an unused partitionMicrosoft Q171444 KB article discusses "Removing Windows NT from a Windows 95/98 Dual-Boot Installation"
Microsoft KB article Q217210 discusses how to Dual-Boot Windows 2000.
Microsoft KB article Q250297 discusses "How to Prepare to Upgrade Windows 95 or Windows 98 to Windows 2000"
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