I have a Windows 7 x64 and a Windows XP 32-bit Dual boot system, with the Windows 7 Boot manager loaded.
Windows 7 is currently setup as the default OS, thus it will start to Windows 7 if no option is selected after 30 seconds.
I'm going to work remotely on the PC, and will sometimes be required to switch to the Windows XP installed to do some work. I can accomplish this by going managing the Boot order in the Windows 7 and set the Windows XP as the default boot partition, so that when I reboot my Windows 7 remotely, the Windows XP will be the default option that gets loaded after 30 seconds.
This all works well.
How do I from Windows XP, set the Windows 7 Bootmanager to set the Windows 7 partition as the default partition, so that when I reboot the PC, that Windows 7 is loaded after the 30 seconds, instead of Windows XP?
Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.