Moving the MBR

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FanaticWS

Download EasyBCD (Google it) and you can manage booting anyway you want.

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cup

@ Mike Hawk:
Vista Recovery Disc download
(for OEM machines that aren't shipped with full installation media):

http://neosmart.net/blog/2008/windows-vista-recovery-disc-download/

~Cup
*nearly every day of my life is some kind of computer hell*

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Mike Hawk

 I have a similar problem but I dont have the vista disc any suggestions?

Not A Fanboy, Not A Flamer, Don't Have A Soapbox, HATES APPLE!!!!

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1337Goose

If I had a nickel for every time I wrecked my MBR... 

I used to use the XP disc to fix it. If you go into the prompt, you can try the fixmbr command.

[Don't quote me on any of the following, I may be wrong] 

If you don't have an XP disc, then GRUB is the Linux boot loader. I pretty sure you can install it without Linux, although I think it will require some savvy to do so. Again, this may not be the solution for you, but it has worked for me in the past.

~Goose

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wolfcaller

here are the recovery discs in ISO format I found by using google.

Windows Vista 64-Bit (x64) Recovery Disc Torrent

Windows Vista 32-Bit (x86) Recovery Disc Torrent

they are about 120MB each, bootable.

can use a free ISO burner to burn to CD (i.e. gburner).

hope this helps

~wolfcaller

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