Thanks for the reply. Changing the boot drive is exactly what I wanted to do. Unfortunately I ran into a problem.
I tried the manual method via the power console. When I got to the line
"xcopy %systemroot%\Boot\PCAT\* D:\Boot\ /K /Y /R /H /E /I"
it said "Access Denied"
Is there a way around this?
Long story short... I had XP and Vista x64 in a dual boot. Both were on separate raid arrays. My XP array started having issues due to a failing drive. From a backup I restored XP on a new single drive. All seemed well till I realized my backup must have been corrupt because many of my programs...
I currently have a dual boot of XP MCE and Vista x64 on separate Raid 0 drives with Vista being the primary boot.
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