Ok, did that. It booted me straight into Windows 7, still skipping the bootmenu. I'll reboot and see if it gives me the option.
EDIT: Ok, it's now force-booting me into Windows 7 just like was before, only with XP.
EDIT2: Well I guess that's what I wanted...
I didn't even know I solved the problem. For anyone with the same problem:
1 - Boot from your Windows 7 DVD.
2 - After the files have loaded, hit next, and click repair (something or other) in the bottom left of the window.
3 - It will check for errors. NOTE: If you force shut-off your computer (hard-reset, holding down the power button until it turns off) for whatever reason, the repair thing will think that is your problem and not fix what you need to be fixed. Make sure that you properly shut down your computer before you boot into the CD.
4 - Make sure your Windows 7 OS is picked, and hit next. Click the top option. It will check, find problems, and finish. Hit OK and it will reboot.
5 - It will now boot into ONLY Windows 7.
6 - Download EasyBCD at http://neosmart.net/downloads/softwa...CD%201.7.2.exe
7 - Run it, click add/remove entries at the left, and click the XP tab then click add. Viola!