Hi everybody! Ok so here's the scenario: I have 2 Hard Drives. One is a Seagate Barracuda 500GB SATA2 and one is a Seagate Barracuda 160GB SATA2. Both drives were formatted and each has 2 partitions on it. The 500GB has an 83GB partition and a 382GB partition. The 83Gb partition on this drive is where i installed Windows 7 Beta (no other OS was installed prior to this) and the 382GB partition is for all my data (nothing on it yet). The 160GB has 99.6GB partition and a 40 some GB partition on it. The 99.6GB partition is where I installed Windows XP PRO SP3 AFTER I installed Windows 7 Beta. SO I have Windows 7 Beta on one Hard Drive and Windows XP PRO SP3 on the second Hard Drive.. My question is this. Why when I reboot my computer do I not get the Dual boot option on startup? When I reboot it automatically boots into Windows XP.. I don't even get the option to choose... what's going on here?? How can I fix this? Is it even possible to fix this without reinstalling? Thanks in advance for all your help. and I apologize if this is in the wrong area on the forum..