Quote: Originally Posted by ibex333
I did... F was where I had Vista... C is where I had XP and now have 7. D is where I store my personal files...
Thank you. I am going to assume that Vista was installed after XP, so the Vista boot code files were in the XP partition and were overwritten when you installed 7 in the XP partition. So no Vista in you boot menu ... because 7 will find Vista and normally include it without any additional steps.
There are several things to try here, it depends on what you are comfortable with and what is easier. EasyBCD2 is a free utility that should be able to add Vista to your boot menu. You can manually add the menu entry with the "bcdedit" command line instructions.
A third alternative might be to shutdown the computer, unplug the Windows 7 hard drive, then boot with the 7 Install DVD and run "Startup Repair" two maybe three times until booting to Vista is restored. Then shutdown the computer again and plug the 7 hard drive back in and boot to the 7 Install DVD and run "Startup Repair" again in order for 7 to find both 7 and Vista and add it to the boot menu.
Please let us know what you want to try and how we can help?