Open the command prompt by pressing Windows Key+R and typing CMD and then Enter or go to Start>Programs>Accessories to find it.
Once you have it open type: CD\ and then Enter.
From there, type: bootsect /help for detailed instructions
The command you need to get your XP boot menu and installation back again is bootsect /nt52 C: where C: is the drive the folder boot is to be found (usually your XP drive).
You will probably have to copy bootsect.exe from your Windows Vista DVD and need to set your folder options> view settings to "show hidden files and folders" and to not "Hide protected operating system files" Once you have copied it, paste it into the Windows\System32 folder or just onto the root of your XP drive.
If you have installed VistaBootPRO, you can also just copy it from the Program Files>PROnetworks>VistaBoot folder and paste it to where you want as above.
Last edited by Grav!ty
on Tue Jun 20, 2006 8:01 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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