I have Windows 7 Home Premium on my machine and want to install Windows XP as well.
When I run through the Windows XP installation, it copies all the required files and restarts - I then get an NTLDR is missing error and can't do anything.
I'm able to repair the system using the Windows 7 repair CD and it works again, but I can't install Windows XP.
I think the problem is that my hard drive is in SATA mode in the BIOS settings and Windows XP should install on IDE mode. Is this correct? If so, how can I change from SATA mode to IDE mode?