Create the installation of XP virtual computer which is the dual boot with Win7

Hiya

What is the best way to achieve this please - I can't find a definitive answer anywhere.

I give myself a choice at startup if using Win7 or XP (default) - I'm afraid I don't remember who was loaded first.

Any OS is chosen ends up as the C drive.

I am running XP now and the boot.ini on the C drive only made reference to a BONE, so consider Win7 installation deals with startup ()? :

timeout = 30

default = multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (0) partition (2) \WINDOWS

"multi (0) disk (0) rdisk (0) partition (2) \WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional "/ noexecute = OPTIN/fastdetect

I tried just to run XP Converter to create a virtual computer from the installation of XP - it creates the virtual machine, but fails on the Reconfiguration with "cannot find the volume of the system.

What I have to change something something on the partition in the virtual machine?

See you soon

Craig

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