Notoriously Microsoft installations don't get along with other OS' period!
I would say, have your linux bootable CD / DVD handy to fix the partition table after the Windows installer overwrites it. And just make sure you don't format any partitions that your Linux is using (root, swap, etc.).
My ultimate suggestion would be to stick with XP! It's stable (as MS OS's go -- oops, slip of the tongue)
Precisely, and besides dual-booting is so 20th century. VM one of those systems, and if you are not die-hard linux then I'd suggest you virtualize it.
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