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    Default Question 70-680

    to install windows 7 in a dual-boot configuration with the existing Windows Vista installation on one of the workstations.
    Which of the following actions should you take?

    A. You should consider making use of the Custom Installation option, after booting the workstation from
    the Windows 7 installation disc.

    B. You should consider making use of the Custom Installation option, after initializing the Windows 7
    installation from within Windows Vista.


    I don´t understand why sometimes is the correct answer A and others times B
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    If you initialize from within Windows Vista, wouldn't it be an Upgrade to Windows 7 or a Custom Install of Windows 7 over the top of Windows Vista?
    Id say it was A as long as the Volume had been re-sized to support Dual Boot?
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    Good Morning,

    To do a dual-boot configuration you should always boot from the media. If you run it from within windows it will do an upgrade install.

    Have a great day.
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    Thanks!!
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