My first-ever Windows installation experience, a Fedora 13-Windows 7 dual-boot

Posted by Steven_Rosenber on Aug 9, 2010 8:41 AM EDT
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I've done between 60 and 200 (who can remember?) installations of Linux and the various BSD operating systems over the past few years, and while there's plenty of discussion about how hard it is to install a Linux distribution, nobody talks much about how easy/hard/frustrating it is to install Windows. I've never done it myself — install Windows, that is. Over the years I've upgraded a few boxes from Windows 98 or Me to Windows 2000, I've put a few Service Packs into 2000 and XP, but I've never done the whole thing — put Windows on a bare drive.

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Sounds like a relatively easy install,... JaseP 6 1,054 Oct 14, 2010 12:01 PM

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