I have WinXP Home installed on a 160gig SATA drive. I added a second 160 gig IDE drive in order to install Windows Media Center Edition 2005. In the past when I had set up a multiboot environment with Win98 and XP, I got the option of picking which OS to load at the boot screen. With my current setup, I do not get the option to choose at all. The only way I can access the second drive (or switch back to the first) is through the BIOS. It works just fine, but is a little more cumbersome than just choosing it from a boot menu. Even more unusual, when I am in XP, that drive (SATA) shows up as C:, my DVD burner is D:, and the second drive (IDE) shows up as E:. When I start from the MCE 2005 HD, that drive shows up as C: and the original SATA drive shows up as D:. I've looked at the boot.ini files on both drives and they are exactly the same, other than the naming of each individual OS. The second HD (IDE) is hooked up as a slave with my DVD burner acting as the master. How do I set this up so that I can access the multiboot screen right from startup? Additionally, is there any way to have consisten drive letters within each OS? Thanks in advance for any assistance.