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Windows 7 ruined my multiboot scheme


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S.O.A.D.A.

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Hello,

I have 3 physical disks (0,1,2). On #2 I have 4 partitions, ~40GB each. I had a nice dual boot set up on it, XP Pro on part. #1 & Vista 64 Ult on part #2. Then I installed Win7 32 Ult. on part. #3. And I no longer get an option to boot into the other OSs at startup. Startup & Recovery only shows Windows7 in the "Default Operating System" dropdown.

Any way to resolve this?

Thanks,
SOADA

Edited by S.O.A.D.A., 17 May 2010 - 03:24 PM.

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Hi again,

When you boot into the windows 7 partition if you go into my computer do you see the other 2 drives/partitions?
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Hello,

Yes, I can see all my drives.
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