Ok so heres the funny deal:
I had my Pc running on XP (I have 3 HDDs, and I have XP installed in 2
of them one is my Backup image *no dual XP booting here* ) and decided
to install Vista, I have a ton of partitions, having main XP in my
bigger HD, and installed Vista in another partition inside that same
HDD. Turns out that when I installed Vista for dual booting and things
happened like this:
-Vista x64 works unexpectedly ******* smooth and stable (yay for Vista)
-XP is running just fine
-If I turn on the PC it boots to XP *without showing the bootloader
-If I turn on the PC with the Vista DVD in the Optical Drive, *IT SHOWS
VISTA BOOTLOADER !* :shock: with the Previous OS and Vista options.
-If I choose "Previous OS" in the Vista BL boots to *MY BACKUP XP part
*sorry for the caps :zip:
Anyway, as the expected TS I grabbed a Vista Bootloader Editor and
changed the Path of the "Previous OS" from F: (Backup XP) to E: (real
XP), rebooted and.....
arty: it still boots to Backup XP... Any ideas here
I will post you my BL files later (since I'm at work) so you take a
look ( tho I dont see anything weird yet...
-yet I have not resolved WHY Vista only boots with the DVD in-,and ,
also I wanted to reassign the Backup XP partition letter from Vista and
obviously it does not allow me since its a System Partition (its none of
ur business Mr. Vista!!) is there a way to do this ???.
Anyway thanks for your help guys.