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BCDEDIT adding dual boot system

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I'm trying to create a dual booting system with Windows 7 and Vista.  We have an issue where a particular device driver won't work under 7 and isn't supported by the company but Vista is, What the hell right? Anyway, Windows 7 was already installed and I just installed the Vista to another partition to the same drive.  Now I guess we need to use BCDEDIT to add the entry but when I do add an entry to it all I get errors after selecting Windows 7.

So apparently I need to understand how to use BCDEDIT to add Windows 7 back into the mix since Vista seems to be the master now.

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