I have quite the complex problem for anyone who can help. I have purchased an HP Pavillian dv2000se Notebook. Running: Vista Home Premium SP1 Problem: I decided just one operating system wasn't good enough for me, and decided it was time to install XP on a secondary partition. HP did not send me a recovery disk (aholes). Anyhow, I deleted their recovery partition, (as they had told me the recovery cds would be on the way). I wanted to use that partition to install XP onto, so I could select which OS I wanted to use on startup. Unfortunatly, my copy of XP is bad, and I could not complete the install (and will not be able to). Now, when I start my PC, it refuses to boot to Vista... I have a feeling its trying to boot to the empty space I was attempting to install XP to. Its mission critical that I get this fixed, as Im writing a vb program for a local buisness due to open in just over a week. PLEASE HELP! EDIT: Also, my Vista partition is still intact. Any way I can point my computer to boot to it??? EDIT: Once I informed HP that I had deleted the recovery partition, they tried to make me purchase the recovery disks... forget that.