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IDES 4.7 installation advice

Hello,

I want to install SAP IDES 4.7 and wanted some advise. I have a laptop with 80GB hard drive and 1GB memory, windows XP. Since SAP IDES is not compatible with XP, I'm trying to think of a way around it. I was wondering if I should

a) buy a seperate hard drive (external) and install IDES in it along with Windows Server 2003 or other compatible sofwares.

b) buy a new base unit with decent memory and hard drive and install IDES in it, but I don't know how to partition the hard drive to have both XP and Server 2003 in the same system and be able to use both.

Are any of these ideas feasible or is there a better option?

I would appreciate any ideas/suggestions as soon as possible. Thanks.

You can post the replies here or send me an email on raj_shree_uk@rediffmail.com

Thanks

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2007 at 05:28 AM

    hi

    i need some advice regarding sap 4.7 installation

    i got three dvds of sap . my system configuration is 512 MB ram 120 gb HDD

    p4 1.9

    i am having windows server 2003 sp1 cd also can anyone help me in installing srever 2003 and sap 4.7 detaily. if anyone can help me please send the pdf file to my email:subbaraju_p2001@yahoo.com

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2007 at 07:55 PM

    try using vmware server.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 03:55 AM

    please visit the following link

    http://www.surya-padhi.net/sap.html

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