Originally Posted by crackerB
thanks it worked for me
I am using multiboot for a long time (several years), so can say I have experience here :-) . Once I had 4 systems on my PC (now I have 3) including 3 systems loaded from primary partition (Linux does not require to be installed on Primary Partition, which is good thing).
My advise is to make a copy of MBR, so in case Windows will demage something (Bill Gates systems do not like any other system or your PC!) you can quickly restore it.
Every time you try to install Windows, it will demage your MBR.
it only 512 bytes
One possible solution is:
Once you have installed Windows, create a copy with Norton Ghost (as example). Next time you restore Windows from such image, it will not touch MBR.
I never install systems on my PC twice! Just once and then using images! I strongly advise this solution! You will save your time.