Or can I put it on a CD and how, which one is better USB or CD .
will I be able to use the USB for documents as well?
What do you recommend I back up then?
I only want to dual boot it as it only in beta and I do not want to risk it, I am not going to make windows 8 consumer preview my main program as it has too many risks associated with it to do that.
If it is going to be better and easy to do then I will just make my drives basic, soon then see if that works
I read that Windows 8 can not be installed to a dynamic disk for security reasons, but not 100% sure it is true - I think although it probably is - I read it on a MSDN but it was only one person saying it and I never count that as a fact automatically, unless it's someone I know and already trust.
So grain of salt thing here.
Many users were looking for ways to fix their problem getting Windows 8 installed when having dynamic disks.
I bet the imagex.exe install method would work a treat though. I'd try that. Let me know if interested.
Would be so easy if I could do that, but it says the version of windows cannot do that command! so annoying!