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I have Debian. I want to run Windows on the same hard drive, but in separate partitions. I don't want to start my computer "DualBoot" (DualBoot is causing problems for the computer). what should I do? Can I press a button (choose Windows partition) at boot and enter Windows?

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But dual boot is exactly what you are referring to. Dual boot means that you have two separate oses on the same hard drive , be more specific about your problems with dual boot and maybe some help will come

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