You will have to run 3 separate startup repairs as outlined in this tutorial at the link below to Windows 7 to recreate the boot files back to the Windows 7 partition and be sure to post back with any further questions you may have and to keep us informed. Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times
barefootkid.. thanks so much.. those threads really made everything simple..
+rep for you..
thanks theog.. i'll read more about this.. might be useful.. problem is i'm running 3 OSes in this system.. can it do 3?
and besides, i think i already have that dual boot function on startup.. previously i have xp and Windows 7 on dual boot(when i replaced my vista with 7
).. now i have the vista and windows 7 dual boot(this was when i replaced xp with vista; then installed xp again on my spare IDE; which messed up my startup
). might be nice if there was winxp + vista + Windows 7... coz now if i want to run xp im like, steady watchin, waitin for the screen to enter boot menu.. cant just leave the system to boot by itself..
i thought its possible..
again, thanks guys..