MISHA8725 said:I'm sorry, let me explain the situation in full:
Vista has been installed first on this machine. One hard drive. Using Vista I shrunk the C Partition to make room for a dual boot with XP. Everything I found recommended putting XP first, then Vista. Unfortunately there is already data in the Vista portion and no recovery disks on hand. Using very detailed instructions you install XP on the available partition, then using a third party software load Vista boot manager and viola! you have a dual boot machine with Vista and XP. And now it is giving me issues when XP goes to reboot after format. What do you think?
So I can't even get XP to install so that I can set up the dual boot. crap.
and now even when I delete the H: partition so it's blank with XP install CD and then exit from there it won't boot to Vista either. It just goes to a blank screen. I hate this stuff.