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I want to try Ubuntu but I don't want to create a new partition on my disk. I have Windows XP. And I don't want to use Live CD.

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Use Wubi. It lets you install it through Windows without booting up the Live CD.

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I love this method. – Lightly Salted Oct 19 '10 at 23:02

either you can use VirtualBox or VMware or else simply use wubi and install Ubuntu inside Windows as another software!

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Neat advice, but good hardware is required for a nice experience with the guest OS. – vtest Oct 19 '10 at 22:07

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