Hey guys, I'm having a problem with dual booting.. So I'm taking a computer course, and I've never worked with Dual-booting (never needed it) were doing it in-class, he explained it and I've read a bit about it before. So you need XP installed first on 1 partition then a seperate partition space for W7, understandable, then after XP is installed you can install W7 on the other patition, after the install is done, right away it should give you an option to either boot Windows 7, or a "Previous version of windows," something like that, right? Well, not for me, after installing Windows 7, it boots right into windows 7 right away, no options given. So I opened up My Computer, looked inside, theres both partitions, Windows XP and Windows 7. I read some forums, that tell you that you can edit Windows 7 boot manager with bcdedit.exe using command prompt. So I did that, added the XP as a boot option and all, saying to load off \ntldr off the partition it's installed on. So I restarted windows and it shows up ! .... But it doesn't load anything.. First time it just gives me a Windows 7 looking startup error.. So I looked in the Windows XP Drive, couldn't find ntldr on the root of the drive, searched for it, found it in some far in windows folder, copied it over to the root, (I know, probably won't work but gave it a shot) so I restarted, this time it just restarted instead of an error or anything... So, anyone know how to fix this problem? Know what it is? What causes it to not give me the option to boot into XP after installing Windows 7? I tried reinstalling XP then W7 again, and did the same thing. Suggestions VERY WELL Appreciated, thanks.