Hey thanks for your replay...Computer Guru said:Hi Yoni!
First off, Welcome to NeoSmart Technologies.
OK, it might just be that you can't view the files for booting Mac OS X (they're hidden). Try to run this command from Vista:
Start -> Run
What happens? Do you get an error message? Or does EasyBCD turn on?
Hi,Computer Guru said:OK, what bootloader does your PC currently use?
AS in, when you first turn on your computer, which boot menu shows up?
What are the options in that boot menu?
Also, what version of OS X do you have installed?
Alright guys, thanks for your help... I forgot to replay earlier, I just found out what the problem was. EasyBCD did the trick and worked as it was suppose to, for some reasons I figured out that to be able to boot OSX you need to have it installed in the first partition of your Hard Drive... For future references here is my system conf...Computer Guru said:OK, thanks.
Now, in greater detail please, when you select "NST Mac OS X" what exactly happens? Message for message, screen for screen.