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I've just ordered a new hard drive and Leopard for my MacBook and intend to dual boot with XP (well it's actually Black XP 6.2 Gold, don't worry i do have a legit copy of XP but want to try this other software).

I have all the install programs for my current software so i will be doing a fresh install, but is there a way of keeping the setting of my programs?

Any help would be appreciated.
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