The safest approach is to connect a separate hard disk for the Mac. Make sure you disconnect your Windows disk and have only the Mac disk connected during installation. When both disk are oresent, set boot priority in BIOS so the Windows disk is first. This will boot automatically into BCD where you select Windows 7 or XP. All you need to do it edit the Windows bootloader (use EasyBCD) and add an entry for MacOS. Unfortunatelly the default Mac settings in EasyBCD don't work, but once you create the boor entry you can modify it in command pormpt with BCDEDIT to point to file \chain0. This file is included in many Mac bootloaders such as Chameleon and is usually found in the root of the Mac disk. Another usefull utility is MacDrive for Windows. It makes Mac partitions appear in Windows Explorer as they were NTFS partitions and you can read and write seamlessly.
Thank you for the info. I do have a separate hard disk that I am going to use for the Hackintosh. I had already wondered if I shouldn't disconnect the other Windows hard drives (I have one for Win7 and one for WinXP) plus I have other hard drives for data. Should I disconnect all of them and leave only the one for Hackintosh connected?
OK...you say to add an entry for MacOS in EasyBCD (which is what I use). Can you tell me exactly step by step what I should add? And what I should I input in command prompt with BCEDIT?
I have downloaded the Apple Mac OS 10.6.8 Snow Leopard. Is that the best one to use?
I do not find in the file a file by the name of "chain0."
Where would it be?
Do I need to download Chameleon also, and if so how would I use it?
Do I just need the file "chain0" out of it?
If so, where would I put it on my hard drive?
The program you mentioned "MacDrive" sounds very useful as well, once I get everything else set up.
Again, I thank you for your help and look forward to your reply and some more useful information.