Partition problem

  tomtojo 13:19 11 Oct 08
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Hi all

Been a while since I have made a post, must have been all the good advice I got in the past.

problem- Vista on c: xp on e: xp on i:, when I decided to put xp on c: it did not show the other 2 partitons at startup, but shows them in my computer.
reinstalled xp on e: and it now shows on startup,I know I can install xp on i: but I will lose everything on i:, can I add missing patition to the bootup on c: by typing it into system startup on c:. hope I have explained this simply enough.

thanks in advance
tomtojo

  PO79 15:00 11 Oct 08

Down load EasyBCD from click here after install (on C:) it will detect all bootable partitions and allow you to configure the default OS, rename OS's and many other things.

  tomtojo 15:08 11 Oct 08

Thanks PO79

will give that a go, will post back if no luck.

Thanks again

tomtojo

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