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31 Aug 2009  

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Vista x64 / 7 X64

You should be able to get the dual boot working like this:

Copy and paste ntldr, boot.ini and from Xp partition onto 7 partition.

In Disk Management , mark 7 partition Active.

Boot 7 dvd and run startup repair 3 times.

7 will now be the System partition.

Add XP entry to bcd .

It doesn't solve the mystery of your physically disappearing Boot folder - but it shouldn't also happen on the 7 partition.
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