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    Hello everyone,

    Have a problem, I used to use BT2 But i could never get it to "Dualboot"

    Now i normally use VMware as this is more efficient but i was wondering if you could actually install BT3 as a dualboot via WMware...

    Cheers for your help

    Hitman

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitman100989 View Post
    install BT3 as a dualboot via WMware..
    I don't believe VMware is actually connected to the hard drive so I don't believe you can....Or can you connect it to your hard drive somehow I'm not aware of...?

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    Ahhh ok thank you... Its strange because im sure you could do it on BT2... Looks like back to disk for me

    Another thing... I tried ages ago to put BT2 on a fujistu siemens it worked but it corrupted my HDD is there anyway i can put it on my computer with out it effecting my HDD?

    Hitman

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitman100989 View Post
    Hello everyone,

    Have a problem, I used to use BT2 But i could never get it to "Dualboot"

    Now i normally use VMware as this is more efficient but i was wondering if you could actually install BT3 as a dualboot via WMware...

    Cheers for your help

    Hitman
    There's no need to go that route, which frankly won't work anyway as VM is used from within a running OS and not independently. Just do a HDD install if you want to dual boot, or stick with a USB boot approach. Neither of these are difficult to accomplish.



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    Yeah i know that, but i am still having problems i have tried to install BT3 on my computer with XP pro... I tried alot and i just cant get it right... i have followed all the tutorials but i am doing things wrong! I tried it earleir and it couldn't find the mount drive so its just getting annoying,

    I never give up but there must be an easier way like a proper newbi way

    Hitman

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