arranged in the following format
149.05 Gig Drive
28.04gig - Windows XP service pack 3
28.24gig - Windows XP64 service pack 2
28.25gig - Windows Vista Ultimate 32bit
61.49gig - Ubuntu 12.04
931.51 Gig Drive
443.1gig - Windows 7 Ulimate service pack 1
40gig VHD Windows 7 Ultimate service pack1 (amd64)
40gig VHD Windows 8 Preview
I use EasyBCD 2.2 my boot drive is the 149Gig drive and I am using the windows boot manager.
I wish use http://reboot.pro/15997/ method of using VHD to INSTALL AND BOOT UNSUPPORTED FOR NATIVE BOOT OS FROM VHD
to transfer my existing physical partitions of 28Gig to VHD and still use them when I want so I can transfer them to Usb
and run from there if need so I can use my 149Gig drive to play around with OSX Lion
Edited by k2atwork, 05 June 2012 - 01:55 PM.