I was trying to move some free space around and i accidentally corrupted my vista drive, this in itself was no problem, i just reinstalled Vista.
But this led to another problem, after reinstalling vista, the XP /boot folder was corrupted, or damaged, or something.
So my fix was to reinstall XP after reinstalling vista, what happens now, is where I'm stuck.
Reinstalling XP, deletes the Vista bootloader, same goes with booting from the CD and repairing the system using BOOTFIX.
But when i reinstall the Vista bootloader, and try to boot up XP from the boot menu, XP's /NTLDR gets an 0xc000000f error.
I've looked around, and it APPEARS the solution to this problem has something to do with the bootmgr file, what exactly, i don't know.
so my ability to dual boot is quite hindered
i can quickly reinstall the vista bootloader and use vista
or i can repair the XP bootloader and boot XP, but i can't use 1 bootloader universally.
how do i fix?