Hi, regular visitor of bit tech. Recently built a PC, got it working soon enough and installed windows xp sp3. Decided to dual boot with windows 7 also. Later on decided to install some unix based operating systems, namely fedora 13 and freebsd. Fedora worked like a charm, while freebsd didn't fully install so i quit the installation. Turns out a second boot manager was installed as part of the partial installation. Ever since I partially installed freebsd, the windows boot manager has been acting up. Namely not booting the windows 7 partition. The funny thing is, the XP partition still works. The windows boot manager gives me this error: "the selected entry could not be loaded because the application is missing or corrupted" Along with the error message, the boot manager tells me to insert the windows 7 disk and make a repair. This fails. I cannot understand this, since I made a new partition for each operating system. In an attempt to solve this, I deleted all partitions other than the xp partition, then made a new windows 7 partition, but I get the same error. I have also tried to run some command prompt commands (bcdedit, I seem to remember) with the windows 7 repair program, after reading of similar cases on other forums. Is there anybody out there who can help me? Thanks in advance, Adam.