Hey guys, I have a pre-loaded Vista installation in C: of my Dell Inspiron 1525. I wanted to install XP in one of the logical drives, for which I did the following: 1) Created a new partition H:. 2) I inserted a bootable USB device with XP installation. But during setup, I was able to see only C:. Since I did not want to have both XP and Vista in the same drive, I converted H: also to a primary partition using Acronis Disk Director. 3) Somehow I ended up making H: the primary boot drive, and H: does not have XP installed yet! 4) When I did a restart, it showed the 'NDLTR not found' error. Now my problem is that the DVD drive does not seem to be working in my laptop. So I cannot use the Vista re-installation DVD to boot and then change the primary boot drive through Vista. I am left with only the XP recovery console to change the primary boot drive(at least i think so). I did a lot of searching and did not find any suitable answer. Please help out!