There are TONS of tutorials on how to do this, so that's not my question. See this link for just one of the tutorials out there -- the one I'm following currently) My problem comes from the fact that, after I go into the Recovery console and make the changes to the C drive, it still doesn't appear when I try to install XP (only the D partition appears). I originally thought that this was because of the age-old SATA driver problem... but that wouldn't make sense, considering I did install XP on that hard drive and it works fine.
NOTE: I'm aware that there is a rather obvious work around: Would simply deleting the boot manager for Vista (which I've already done) and just booting into XP every time be a better alternative? It's not the C drive, and some applications require the C drive to be the "main" drive to work 100% correctly. TBH, I prefer to boot from the C drive.
What's your advice? Is there a way to get the C drive to appear in the Windows XP installation, or must I settle for the cheap work around?
EDIT: Naturally, I find a solution right after I "give up" and post a topic. Ignore this please.
Edited by cyangamer, 21 March 2010 - 02:00 PM.