I know I went the wrong way about this....but can anyone point to a SIMPLE solution? So I have an Athlon 64 as my spare PC and it runs XP perfectly on 4Gb Ram. And after building my Haswell i7 and upgrading the SSD to the Samsung EVO 250Gb, I had a Samsung Pro 128Gb spare; and a copy of Windows 7 x64 laying around. What to do with it? For the Haswell I had later bought Windows 8.1 Pro (installing the excellent `Free` Windows SHELL program). I installed Windows 7 x64 onto a partition on the XP hard drive and it dual booted lovely. After hundreds of updates, and installing Office Ultimate it is great. So; I CLONED the Windows 7 partition on to the Samsung SSD and shutdown and unplugged the XP drive to test the SSD. It runs perfect. (sure it runs slower on a 2006 Mo-bo, but not a big concern). BUT When I adjust the Bios to boot from the SSD or the XP Drive (after deleting the Windows 7 from the XP Disk partition) I cannot get a CHOICE of Dual Boot for XP (32-bit) Or W7 (x64) UNLESS I alter the Bios Boot drive each time. So; I wondered if there was any SIMPLE way to get the Dual Boot CHOICE back? I know I was `Winging it`, and I guess I can Just clone Windows 7 back onto the XP Drive Partition, but I would like to have W7 x64 onthe SSD. If its EASY. Or should I just use the SSD for a Ramdisc or something?