I'll try keep this short.
Had a dual boot, XP and windows 7. I messed around a while back now and got to the point I couldn't boot into either after changing the letter of the boot drive. Had to re-format and install XP onto a partition (D) that it was installed on originally. Windows 7 is still on (C), all the files are there, but no matter what I do I can't force it to boot into 7 now OR give me the option to dual boot.
Any idea how to change the setting in XP to allow me to boot into 7?
Just adding - the partition I want to boot is listed as a system drive in disk management - nothing I do will let me swap the boot drives or even have both bootable. Before I could pick my OS. The problem was I changed the letter and swapped them thinking it would force it to boot into XP, when I couldn't boot into any so I had to re-format and re-install XP. Surely it would be a easy fix and a case of having boot.ini added or something?