All this started for me only because i wanted to verify that creating and loading the image is successful without being afraid that i will "destroy" what i have on my original XP partition. So i understand that the fact i am not able to load the newly created XP partition does...
Thanks for your quick response.
Can you elaborate a bit what you wrote at the end:
I am not sure i understand - does it mean that EasyBCD is not the tool for that? Does it mean something else?
I have 3 partitions as follows:
C: - Vista partition
D: - non system partition
E: - XP partition
After making an image of drive E - I have restored it into drive D so now i have two XP partitions (D and E).
Using EasyBCD I added another boot entry for drive D - pointing to drive D so...