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Drew5150

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  1. Thanks for the info... I've included some screen shots of the boot menu, and the BIOS. I'd like to do the Windows upgrade by disconnecting the OS X drive. Will the Psystar boot menu then work by clicking on the Vista choice to boot 7? (Is this label just a link to BIOS Hard Disk Boot Priority # 2. SCSI-1?)
  2. Hi, I need to upgrade my Windows OS from Vista(x64) to Windows 7(x64) on a dual-boot computer. I didn't build the computer myself, and don't want to screw up the Macintosh side when I do the upgrade. This is not Apple hardware. When I boot up I am pressented with a non-windows boot menu, which lists OS X Leopard and Windows Vista. I'm trying to understand if this boot menu is launching from the OS X hard drive. If I disconnect the power and SATA cables from the OS X hard drive, I don't see any boot menu, and the computer boots directly into Windows. Would a Windows upgrade install be as easy as unplugging the OS X drive and running the installer, or am I missing something? Thanks in advance, Drew Here is an image of my disc management in Vista:
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