Hello everyone. I know there's a lot of threads about this, I had a look on them but I can't find a solution for my problem. So here it is: My pc had Vista installed on drive C. Then, I installed XP on drive D and used vistaboot pro to manage the boot problem. Everything worked fine. Now, I installed windows 7 on drive C, leaving win xp alone on drive D. When I boot my pc there is no Ã¢â‚¬Å“Windows 7Ã¢â‚¬Â and "Earlier Version of WindowsÃ¢â‚¬Â, it just goes straight into seven. So, I installed easybcd to try to fix this, but it doesn't find any xp entry. I also tried puting ndetect/boot.ini/etc on both drives. I can see my drive D: (xp) on "my computer". I also tried to fix mbr through Xp installation disc. Nothing works this far. I don't really want to install XP again because it's a very custom installation I have there and it takes up so much time(for audio productions and alike..). Am I forgoting something? Any ideas for what I might try? pls help!!!!!!!!! Thx in advance!