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    invalid boot.ini

    I assumed that the reason why it still boots after changing the drive ID is because it was originally booting from the C drive until recently for whatever reason. This is one of the reason why I wanted to figure out how to change the system drive because like I said, M drive is only for storing...
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    invalid boot.ini

    Actually, I went to EasyBCD's change settings menu last night and changed the XP's drive from M to C (after editing the boot.ini in the C drive) successfully and everything is booting fine. If I were to remove the M drive in the future, would something go wrong now that it is, I'm assuming...
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    invalid boot.ini

    I should have clarified, my question was more about changing the system drive from my M drive to my XP's C drive. Anyways, I needed to fix that issue regardless so thanks you! I will try to fix that right now and let you know how it goes. Turns out the problem was because I put /WINNT. I put...
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    invalid boot.ini

    Yes, I am successfully dual-booting. There is this one weirdness in that when I select Windows XP from the list, it takes me to another screen that says Windows XP and Windows XP (Default), the (Default) one doesn't work and sends me to the hal.dll error screen like before. But other than that...
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    invalid boot.ini

    Hmm, if I were to use EasyBCD and change Windows XP drive to C from M(my current system drive), would that also change the system file as well? If that doesn't work and I wanted to change the system partition without removing the drive, how would I go about doing it? I use my M drive only for...
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    invalid boot.ini

    Progression at last! Thank you kindly for your reply. Well, it seems like a drive that was hidden on my Windows 7 until I just assigned a drive letter to it just now is the "system" drive and while other boot files such as NTLDR and NTDETECT are present, it's missing the boot.ini file. So, I'm...
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    invalid boot.ini

    Hello, my first post here. I've already read through some of the topics here and I still can't figure out my problem. I decided to install Windows 7 on to another partition with XP already installed. I've done this before with Vista and I figured it would be the same for 7, as well. Well, not...