Help instaling windows mandrake

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I have no ideea how to do it.... can someone take me step by step?
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Windows Mandrake? What is that?
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there is no such thing as "Windows Mandrake", my guess is he meant windows & mandrake but its no longer called mandrake as they acquired conectiva and are called mandriva.

but anyways, its not difficult.. just install windows, partition the hard drive so windows doesn't use all of it (if you have 1 hard drive, otherwise install windows to the desired hard drive) and then continue to install mandriva. the installation of mandriva is quite similar to windows, a lot of clicking next :) but i think i'd actually suggest Xandros.. the installation is 5 clicks (which consist of next & ok, lol) but they're both pretty easy to install..
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k first set your CD Drive to priority 1 on the boot list if you havn't al-ready lol i have forgotten many times
second put the drake disk in the drive and reboot(if windows is allready installed-if not then put that disk in and install windows) then select what you need optionwise and click ok:
after that it is rather self explanitory

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