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    Can't get Vista bootloader to start

    Hi! Thanks for all the help. You'll all be pleased to learn I finally fixed my problem. Since I hate when I find some problem discussed at length in some forum and then the guy fixes the problem but never says what the solution was or thanks for the help, let me wrap it up... I suppose...
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    Can't get Vista bootloader to start

    Unfortunately, it's not just the repair console that sees the Vista installation as drive D:; when I start Vista now, it sees itself on Drive E, actually. I want to convince Vista to see itself on Drive C:. That is, I want to change what Vista thinks is drive D or E:; that is the first...
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    Can't get Vista bootloader to start

    Hi, Terry: Thanks, but the point is Vista WAS originally installed on Drive C:, then restored to Drive C:. It's only when I fixed the bootloader it now thinks it is on Drive D:. Which means that Vista doesn't work -- it boots up, but can't find my profile, gives me a bunch of "can't find...
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    Can't get Vista bootloader to start

    Thanks for all the help; I found the ISO and restored the Vista bootloader. Now I have just one more problem: It thinks my Vista drive is D:, whereas it was originally C:. I've tried reassigning drive letters by booting up with UBCD4Win, but the Vista Recovery console still sees the vista...
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    Can't get Vista bootloader to start

    Hi; Yes, I have tried those in the documentation, and that mentioned in the article previously mentioned. Everything seems to be just fine, except that every time I start EasyBCD I get the message box "Unfortunately, EasyBCD could not automatically detect the letter of your boot device .... If...
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    Can't get Vista bootloader to start

    I bought a computer with Vista pre-installed, found Vista was pretty but flaky, so I decided to dual-boot with XP. I backed up/ghosted the Vista installation, reformatted the hard drive with the XP install disk, then installed XP in one partition, and restored Vista to the other partition...