I gave in and decided to finally install Vista on my machine. I wanted to dual-boot with XP and installed Vista on a spare hard drive. All went well, sort of. I now have both OS's working flawlessly. However. I do NOT get a boot menu when i start up the PC. If there is no dvd in the drive my pc boots into XP and i can only boot into Vista if the Vista install dvd is in the drive. When i was installing Vista i got the boot menu once, and both boot options showed Windows Vista. After which i have never seen the menu again. Vista says there is only 1 OS on my system. Is there a way to fix this issue and regain the boot menu? or will i have to swap discs each time i wish to use Vista?. Its not really a huge deal as i'll only be using Vista for DX10 gaming and XP will remain my primary OS till it breaks for one reason or another. But having to put the Vista install dvd in just to boot Vista isnt exactly ideal.