Hi. I have a tri-boot system on my computer, running Windows XP, Windows 7, and Ubuntu 9.04. I have Ubuntu's bootmgr GRUB running as the initial boot manager, and from there I can either boot into Ubuntu or Windows. The problem is, though, that Windows 7 installed its boot manager on Windows XP (overwrote it, from what I've googled) and not on its own partition. I need for my Windows 7 partition to have its own boot manager so that I can boot from GRUB directly into (hd0,1). My partitions appear like this on my 74GB hard drive: (hd0,0) - Windows XP - 30GB (hd0,1) - Windows 7 - 24GB (hd0,2) - Ubuntu - 20GB When I boot into (hd0,0), I would like it to boot into XP's boot manager, and when I specify (hd0,1), I would like it to boot into 7's boot manager. However, when I tried to boot (hd0,1), I got an error stating that I don't have a bootmgr installed on that partition. Does anyone know how to install Windows 7's boot manager onto its own partition, instead of (or in addition to) XP's partition? I hope I'm clear enough, please ask me if you don't understand. I need for there to be a boot manager on each partition. Thanks!