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parallels & boot camp, all together?

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Hi all,
I was wondering if anybody knows of a way to use boot camp to run os x and windows xp, and also use parallels in os x, using the same install on the windows partition. in case i'm not being very clear, the main thing is that i want to be able to use both systems, but not install xp once for use with dual boot, and once more for use with parallels

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