Can I do a dual boot with Windows 7?

After taking all the precautions I can think to install Windows 7 on my wifes laptop. Drive recovery system, backups (2 DVDs) and an image I did more than 6 DVD.

I thought why not only reduce the Vista Partition, install Windows 7 in the created partition and run Windows 7 to see if it will work on the laptop (gives me time to straighten out things so that my wife can always use). Then remove the Vista Partition. If the laptop was mine would just reformat the dang thing and deal with what it goes down from there.

Then there is the Question of what to do about the EISA (recovery Partition)?



Of course, you can install Windows 7 and do a system to dual-boot with Windows Vista... Why not? ;)

As you have already said if Windows 7 works well on your laptop (I put t know which model you have exactly) you can remove Vista and use the old partition to store data or to include a new in the Windows 7 partition.

The hidden partition do you mean isn't the Toshiba recovery partition! It is a feature of Windows.
You can remove this partition you don t he most needs.

In addition, with the Toshiba Recovery disk, you are on the safe side. If you don't want Windows 7 you can go to Vista (factory settings). :)

Good bye

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