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Windows 7 beta instalation instructions state that when runing XP or earlier a clean instalation is required, no mention of dual boot.
Sorry, it looks like I need to update the above. It appears that Windows 7 did, after several attempts, repair the startup error which it listed as a corrupt Boot Sector code for System Disk Partition. Only now, as there is no boot Manager it boots straight into Win 7 and ignores XP completely even when I change the boot order in the BIOS.
Edited by Jonmor68, 14 January 2009 - 01:15 AM.
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Problem Fixed. Thanks to everybody for their help but especially to GTK48 for his suggestion about Vistabootpro, a program I had never heard of before. I just added XP to the Manage OS entries section, rebooted and I had the Boot Manager offering both choices.
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