I have made a fresh windows 8 installation awhile ago. And, now want to install 3 more OS:
- Windows 7 - for using VS 2010.
- Windows 7 - for general usage.
- Debian 6 - for programming, web development etc. [please don't convince me this isn't needed :D]
I have a 750GB hard disk that is partitioned this way as of now:
DEBAIN partition will become
ext4 format while installing debian.
Anyway, now that you understand my situation, I would like to know how I would go about achieving what I want with out losing my gold.
If windows 8 was out of question, I'd happily use
easybcd after installing
debian (with grub in its own partition) > windows 7 #2 > windows 7 #1 from
windows 7 #1.
But, I am not sure I can use that now. Because you know, windows 8 introduced a new boot manager and blah.. blah..
So, How would I go about installing 2 windows 7s and a debian in my system?
It would be awesome if someone could post an answer or a link that will walk me through the process.