Dual boot Windows 7 and MacOS Leopard

#1
I have a problem using EasyBCD for dula boot.
My windows is installed on Disk1 Partition 2 and my MacOS is installed on Disk1 Partition3
I installed EasyBCD 1.6 and added MacOS as Generic Mac PC but when I restarted and attempted to boot Mac OS it returned this error:

File: \NST\nst_mac.mbr
Status: oxc000007b
Info: The selected entry could not be loaded because the app is missing or corrupt.

I checked in my C:, there is a \NST\nst_mac.mbr

I don't know what should I do to fix this, any ideas?

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Solved:
I installed EasyBCD2.1 and fixed the problem.
 
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mqudsi

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#2
Awesome news. Glad to hear EasyBCD 2.1 helped.
 
#3
With EasyBCD 2.1, is the installation of OS X to (an HFS+ partition of) the hard disk of a computer already dual-booting Windows 7 and XP simply a question of adding a Mac OS X entry and, if so, with which method (EFI or MBR), in light of the following thread? How do we use "the mbr and chain0 method with" EasyBCD?

Help Dual Booting Mac OS Windows 7

I finally got dual boot working however it involved reinstalling snow leopard to an mbr partition using a modified installer and then using the mbr and chain0 method with easybcd. No matter what I tried I simply could not get the EFI option to boot via easybcd and it looked as if starting again was the fastest option.
Thanks.
 
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mqudsi

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Staff member
#4
MBR is MBR and Chain0