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« on: December 30, 2008, 12:59:53 AM »

i dont know where to start..i have a 300 gb ide drive and a 500gb sata 2 drive..
i used to run xp pro on the 300, and vista ultimate on the 500, and i wanted to reformat the 300 soo i saved all my files in the 500, and i accidentally re-partioned both of the drives, but i installed xp pro on the 300, like i wanted to do it originally and ran some recover software and got most of my data back from the 500 and saved it on the 300 again..now i installed vista and everything is good. but whenever i try to do somthing on the vista thats conflicting with admin rights..it wont let me do it.. i had this same problem before this whole mess..so when i was installing vista i unhooked the 300 ide drive, hoping that my comp think the 500 gb sata is my primary..but i still have the admin problems..AND now it doesnt even pick up the xp that installed earlier( its hooked up to the comp again)..so i have to go through boot order and run my xp hdd to boot my xp...i hope thats enough information

my question is
how do i solve this admin problem on vista..i wanted it so that vista would be admin and xp would be another user?
how can i fix this boot detection problem, where it doesnt read my xp, even though the hdd is hooked up?

thank you very much for your input
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