There seems to be a problem with all the Windows 7 Loaders, including both the Hazar and Daz versions. Specifically,the problem occurs when the loader is used on more than one Windows 7 Ultimate partition on the same hard drive. The drive in question is a PATA Primary drive. The location or sequence of the primary partitions doesn't matter. There are two ways the problem occurs: 1) The loader is installed directly to both a 1st and a 2nd Windows 7 partition on a given drive. or 2) The original Windows 7 partition, which has the loader installed and working, is cloned to another primary partition on the same hard drive. Either way, not only is the 2nd loader installed Windows 7 partition unbootable, but the originally working 1st loader installed Windows 7 partition also becomes unbootable. Once the problem occurs, deleting all the Windows 7 partitions and then trying again will fail even on the 1st try. Only restoring the boot sector to its original state will allow a new 1st Windows 7 with loader to boot properly. Note that I have tried at least 4 different Loader tools, all with the same result. One final note... I am running BootIt Next Generation on my first hard drive (HD0). I am NOT using the BootIt Next Generation feature that allows more than 4 primary partitions. All my hard drives (4) have the BootIt Next Generation Extended Master Boot Record (EMBR) format. The hard drive with the Windows 7 partitions is the last hard drive (i.e. not the hard drive with BootIt Next Generation). What could the 2nd loader installed partition be doing to cause this problem? Can it be fixed? Any help would be most appreciated. Thank you.