I have the following configuration for a Windows XP installation and am interested in installing Windows 7 as a dual boot in a way that would be as non-disruptive as possible to my XP installation.
- C: is a 10 GB NTFS partition that contains my Windows XP installation, Documents and Settings folder, and not much else. My computer boots off this drive.
- D: is a 40 GB NTFS partition that contains my music, My Documents folder and Firefox profile. It's a slow hard drive with very little free space.
- E: is a ~140 GB NTFS partition that contains my Program Files directory, videos, and just about everything else and has about 80 GB of free space.
I'd like to install Windows 7 on my E: partition, without reformatting it or messing up my Program Files directory that's used in my XP installation and is on this drive. I'd then like to dual boot it with XP. Is this feasible?