I too am curious about the install of GAG 4.1 .... trying to figure out how to get it to work with Vista, XP, Win2K already installed as a multi-boot on the same hd .... partitions C:, D:, E: .... I wish to replace the Vista boot menu .... but unable to bypass the Win2K & XP boot.ini file with GAG ... GAG sits on top of the Vista and the XP & Win 2000 boot menu .... if I select XP then GAG takes me to the XP-Win2K boot menu ... not directly to the D: partition ..... same goes for Win2K .... takes me to the XP-Win2K menu not the E: partition ....... I can still select and run the OS but I now have two layers of menu .... any help or guidance appreciated.
Have dual boot XP PRO & Vista OS's currently on my HD. Looking to add my downloaded Win 7 RC1, and possibly Linux in the future. I assume the Linux would negate the use of VistaBootPro for a manager. GAG is a freeware open source program. For anyone that desires to investigate it, the URL follows:
Has anyone tried it yet or has anyone found another freeware comparable manager ?
Thanks in advance!