Brink, to briefly follow up on one of your answers--
I followed Method Two of this tutorial. Is it the normal result for the
newly installed Win XP to be on drive F: instead of C:? And is it normal for
both 7 and XP to be able to see and read each other's files? The impression
I had was that the two were somehow 'insulated' from each other.
That being said, everything on the XP side works--in particular the
circuit design/simulation/layout suite OrCAD works better and faster than
it ever did on my old computer. You just change all fully-rooted path names
to start with F: instead of C:. Like other posters I notice that XP and 7
have different ideas of which drive letter belongs to what disk but it
doesn't matter, everything seems to work.
Your tutorial is excellent, thanks for the help.