Installed Win Serv 2003 along side with Win 7. 7 Was installed first so I had to overwrite the boot loader to get back into Win7. Now of course then I can't get back into Winserver2003 so I try load up EasyBCD and edit the menu entry for Winsever 2003 and no matter what the configuration I can't seem to get it booting.
It keeps pointing the bootloader to \NST\ntldr. I do not know if this is the correct boot loader or not.
I know that my W2k3 drive lettering system is weird, it doesn't see 'C' as the root drive, it set 'E' as the root drive for some reason. (I think it labeled the system reserve partition as C and Win7 as D so E was the next choice.) How ever it shows up as F from windows 7.
I tried to set up a Ubuntu partition for some linux development and because Grub handles booting so much more easily.... But issues with Ubuntu installation.... Yeah... I have an extra un-formatted 64GB partition floating around.
NOTE: I have an SSD as my primary boot device for Win7, Win2k3 is NOT on that SSD! It is on the 1 TB mechanical drive. I am sure this is where the problem is originating.
If I have confused anyone of my setup here is a better way to show my drives and install:
Primary Drive: SSD part1 /System Reserve/ - 100MB part2 /C:/ - 113.14GB (Windows 7 is installed here.) Secondary Drive: Mechanical part1 /D:/ - 806.51GB (Windows 7 applications etc.) part2 /Unpartitioned/ - 62.5GB part3 /F:/ - 62.49GB (Windows 2k3 is here)
Anyone got any ideas?