Quote: Originally Posted by Tubalcain
Interesting...I removed the power off one of my hard drives. I had 20 partitions and I think that's what was messing with the install. I got XP installed and it works. I then installed Easy BCD but it gave an error of not being able to detect a vista install. If I don't hit F8 when I boot the system, it goes straight into Windows 7, which is fine. Do I need to create a boot menu using EasyBCD or do I just go into the F8 menu?
EasyBCD should be able to do this for you.
click Add/Remove entries,
under Add an Entry,
in Type select Vista,
give it a name,
select the corresponding drive letter,
click Add Entry.
This will give you the Dual Boot menu when you start up.
Let us know the results.