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Question Dual booting XP and Windows Vista

Is it Possible to dual boot XP and Vista just using the upgrade disk, or do I need to have full versions of both? I just finished building a computer and was wondering this because I intend to game, and apparently, Vista is kinda bad at that. I want to dual boot the OS's, but I want to be cost effective at the same time. (I have already partitioned my HDD).
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