thanks so much for the quick response Grav!ty;
It cannot be because you renamed your boot menu item. VistaBootPRO simply uses the built in native Vista commands to make changes to the boot configuration data store. A bug of that description has never been logged for Vista.
there is a slight possibility that this wasn't caused by VistBootPRO, but if it wasn't, then i have no explanation on how it happening.
here's a shorten story about how i met VBP:
i bought a new 750GB HDD, moved my whole 500GB to it and decided to clone my OS partition on the same drive, to use one for sound workshop, and another for web-design (with server and stuff);
i did all this by using Acronis tools, and after i finished, my second (new) OS has asked me for a new Activation.. i was trying to activate it using my genuine Vista Home Premium OEM serial, but it didn't work out, and even though i don't see anything illegal in using two OS on the same hard-drive, i'm not sure that Micros0ft's support would agree with me;
so i decided not to waste my time and money for the support call and go the easiest way - simply download the keygen
keygen worked perfectly and i got my activation back, but right after that my current windows title has changed..
the funny thing is that once i had change the title back to what i need using VBP 3.3
, the activation has f@cked up again
so i'm stuck in this loop and don't know what to do.. if you won't advice me anything i'll probably leave the name that Vista choosing for itself
Did you add any hardware to your system?
nope.. obviously new HDD is not really counts.
Is your copy of Vista legal or is it pirated?
i answered that above.. so sad that even though i pay them, it's still easier to simply use keygen..
this isn't right.
anyway, i do understand that VBP is not supposed to cause such troubles, but i really don't see any other reason for this happening