You do not say what OS you are running. There is a free to download program on the web - VistaBootPro. It will install on XP. Get it and install it and delete the bootmng, the cause of your problem, from your root.
I don't think that will work John. He is looking at the Vista boot manager, you are referring to the boot.ini, which is second in the boot sequence. He has to get rid of that.JohnWill said:Well, I'm at a loss. When I do that on my dual-boot system, it stops asking me which system to boot.