boot error Vista 64 and XP 64


N

Neal

I just did a fresh install of XP64 and Vista 64 after having a lot of
problems with my first install of Vista 64. The Nvidia drivers just took
out my system and I had over 15min boot times going. Now my system seems to
be good and I just used the Vista drivers and everything is working well.

Well I am just down to one issue. I can not boot to any OS with out the
Vista DVD in the drive. If I do not have it in it will look at my CD roms
and then I get this error message:

"Disk Boot Failure, Insert system disk and press enter"

I have to put in the disk and just reboot to get the OS menu screen to
choose Vista or XP64. I do have vistaboot Pro and what I have I have posted
below. CAn anyone help me fix this issue. Right now I have all my hardware
working I am realy liking Vista.


There are a total of 2 OSes installed into the boot manager.
Current timeout before default boots: 10 seconds.
Default OS: Microsoft Windows

Entry #1

Name: Earlier version of Windows
BCD ID: {ntldr}
Boot Drive: D:
Windows Drive:
System Bootloader: \ntldr
Windows Directory:

Entry #2

Name: Microsoft Windows
BCD ID: {current}
Boot Drive: C:
Windows Drive: C:
System Bootloader: \Windows\system32\winload.exe
Windows Directory: \Windows
 
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N

Neal

Thanks,

I just checked my Bios and they Vista some how changed them. In my boot
sequence it went from removable to CD to nothing. Now I went to Removable
to CD to HD and that has not solved my issue. I think I have to just be
missing one more setting. What else should I be looking for?
 
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