|07 Apr 2009||#1|
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Dual boot Vista64, Windows 7 32 problem
I have been running windows vista home premium 64bit for some time now and had previously had it set up to dual boot with XP. I just got a windows 7 disc and thought I'd give it a try.
I reformated the XP partition (as I was having problems and needed to reinstall anyway) and installed 7 on that partition. 7 is a great OS, very few things I don't like about it.
However, now that I was going to return to Vista to get some work done I find that I am no longer getting the option to boot to it. The boot manager does not appear when I start up my computer (tried hitting ESC at BIOS too and it doesn't give me the option for vista, only 7).
I downloaded EasyBCD and that doesnt' give me the option for Vista either, only 7.
can anyone tell me how to get back to vista? (do I have to reinstall that, will it kill 7 then).
I really appreciate any help on this.
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