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    Dual-Boot problem...

    Moderator note: This is different than the other thread. Okay, the motherboard I'm using has 6 SATA ports on 1 SATA controller. I have 2 SSD's in a RAID configuration, and 1 hard drive with an XP partition on it. I installed windows 7 to the SSD RAID, and XP was already on the other hard...
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    Dual-Boot issue

    Thank you. Will give it a try. Addendum: Do you mean run windows install/repair or a function inside of EasyBCD? If it's easyBCD, can I do all of the work from windows7?
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    Dual-Boot issue

    The Storage and Windows XP volumes are separate partitions on the same physical drive. Thanks. Wait... after looking at this, should I set windows XP as the active primary partition and storage as the logical drive? They seem to be reversed.
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    Dual-Boot issue

    Tried it again, no luck. When I open EasyBCD in windows XP, it says that there is no .bcd file found and I can't do anything. side-note, all of these drives are SATA, and the operating systems see the drives as different letters once loaded. For example, the windows XP drive is E:\ when in...
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    Dual-Boot issue

    Sure did. I'll go try it again now though.
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    Dual-Boot issue

    Gigabyte motherboard with multiple SATA/RAID controllers. 1 controller has 2 SATA ports, 1 controller has 6 sata ports. I have 2 SSD's in RAID Configuration with windows 7 loaded on the controller that holds 2 drives. On the other, I have a regular SATA HDD with windows xp professional...
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