ooohhh... i wanna see these Warhead results... FC2 too if you've got it (keen to see if these new drivers helped fix up the multi card compatibility)
lol... funny how amusing a simple feature such as audio can be
if you installed Vista first, the installation of XP removes Vista's bootloader from the MBR... so you'll have to bring that back from the dead and configure it to control both OSes... to do this, do this:
1) Whack in your Vista DVD and wait till you can select the option "Repair Your Computer"
2) Now choose your master Vista installation (there is should only be one... unless you really love Vista) and hit next.
3) Now choose "Startup Repair" from the next menu and wait till the process finishes... now Vista (at least) should be able to boot
4) Now we'll configure the Vista bootloader to control both itselfand XP... there's pure script ways to do this, but its faster and less likely to go wrong if you use EasyBCD
. So launch the app and go to "Add/Remove Entries".
5)Now in "Add an Entry," under the Windows tab, set the version to Windows NT/2K/XP/2K3, select your XP drive, and give the installation a name (which will appear as the OS name when you boot up)
6) Reboot and you've got a system ready to run both Vista and XP!!
hope that fixes your problem nos