Beware that if you do go and install Windows first, then install Fedora
Core 3, it is possible that you won't be able to boot Windows again
without changing a setting in your BIOS. When I installed FC3 after
Windows a few months ago, it happened to me.
Fortunately I had another PC on hand to google for a solution. In my
case, I had to change the access mode for my primary hard disk to "LBA"
from its default setting of "Auto". Once that was done, everything
worked fine again.
Had me worried for a few minutes that I had somehow destroyed my Windows
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