Hello. I recently tried using a version of the Vista Loader which apparently modified my boot sectors. The MBR, and possibly the PBR(s). I'm using Vista SP2 (x64). After poking around in the install script (I extracted the exe contents), I instantly noticed that it used GRLDR a file from the GRUB4DOS project. How did I know? Because... I already used GRUB4DOS as my bootloader as I'm a multi-booter. It had renamed my menu.lst file, and replaced the version of GRLDR I was currently using. This is a problem as it essentially rendered my multi-boot system a single-boot system. Luckily enough, I had backed up my original MBR when I originally installed GRUB4DOS, and I was able to restore my GRUB4DOS functionality. So I guess my final question is, is there a Vista activator out there that won't screw around with my master/partition boot records? After doing a quick search, I see older versions of VistaLoader were capable of booting from a (cd)dvd-rom, with the disc containing the boot info needed for the bios emulation. Is there anyway to make the latest VistaLoader into a boot disc like the older versions?