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How to fix vista bootup stuff in XP

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Hi, main hard drive is XP, the second is Vista.
The vista drive is from another computer which i have put into another comp.
When i try to boot up from vista drive i get - boot disk failure put in system disk. This is probably because i moved the partition that had vista on it to get more space (doh!). I can't use startup repair from Vista disk because i can't select the vista installation in vista repair.
Anyway i can load up into XP and view the Vista drive. How can i repair the boot stuff of vista in XP
Thanks, Scott

p.s.(admin i know i have already posted with similar thing earlier today but i asking something different now so thought it is easier to start new topic - can delete other topic)

Edited by scott452, 13 May 2007 - 03:31 PM.

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