[QUOTE=alchav21;2600775]Okay, it sounds like he installed Windows 7 on a different HDD, and XP is on a HDD alone. He needs a Boot Menu. If he had followed directions one would have been created. It has to be done in a certain way. Anyway, now he needs a Boot Menu. Tell him to download and try EasyBCD, this will create the Boot Menu he needs. [/QUOTE]
Hi, thanks for that excellent suggestion. The Boot Menu is created, and both XP and Win7 can now be accessed without any problems. But now there is something else:
Depending on how you log in, you see different drive letters for the same drives.
The C in XP is D in Win7
The C in Win 7 is I in XP, and in Win7 Cd drive gets the letter I.
Drive H in XP is E in Win7. You see, they are all rearranged.
Is there any problem with that? Do they need to look the same? If yes, how can we do that? Or should we hide some of the drives from seeing each other?
Should we remove the drive letters of the appropriate drives (D in Win7 and I in XP)? Or should we just leave them there, as they are?
Again, thanks a lot for helping.