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Yes, technically this is possible, using raw mappings. You would basically install Linux normally, as a second OS, so you will be able to dual boot. Then in Workstation, for example, you would use the existing OS install as the drive for the VM. Have a look at this article on the VMware website: Configuring a Dual-Boot Computer for Use with a Virtual ...


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I too have been looking for a clean way to do this and haven't found one yet. I have found a bit of a hack though that others might be interested in... The key to the hack is the xbootmgr tool from Microsoft. This tool is designed primarily for developers to gather timing information to figure out what's slowing down booting. As an added bonus, it wires ...


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In order to perform mutiboot, please refer the below Microsoft article: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows-vista/change-the-default-operating-system-for-startup-multiboot In order to choose which operating system to use when you turn on your computer, make sure the Time to display list of operating systems check box is selected, and then click the ...



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