From there you will have to go into the BCD edit menu and add the 2000 info to it. That way the Vista oot menu will be able to boot into 2000. But first you will have to bring back up the BCD with your Vista disc. Since EasyBCD cant work in 2000 you will need the disc in order to restore the BCD to be able to edit it and add 2000.
Just to make sure, once I install Windows 2000, 2000 will become the default OS loaded, right? And then to get back into Vista, I'd just pop in my Vista installation disc? What would I have to do once that is loaded--hit repair? If that doesn't work, would there be another way to get back into Vista?
Also, does installing on different partitions mean that I can delete the 2000 partition (if I wanted to get rid of it completely)? Would that get rid of the entire Win2K installation? And would the Vista partition then automatically boot up?
Just want to get the logistics down before I actually do it and find out something went wrong.