Dual boot woes

#21
Below is a screenshot of my Disk Management at the moment. Should I just reboot and install W7 in New Volume (E drive?)




 


#22
You could try mark E: as active and install.
 


#23
Will do just installing some dianogstic tools at the moment.

Bt the way, how are you guys finding W7 as compared to Vista? Any major / noticable improvements?

Too bad that I seem to miss a lot of supported drivers for W7 (like my printer for ex)... or else I really am tempted to try it.
 


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