I got my Gateway GT5132 to dual boot into XP with Vista already installed (as per your instructions, thank you.), but I have a small problem with my setup. I did every thing you mentioned, made Vista my C drive and XP my E drive since Vista uses D for RECOVERY. When I was ready to install XP to my E partition my computer gave me a choice of H the first time, so I re-dual booted trying to get the letters to show E partition for XP. This time I ended up with the letter I for my XP partition. I had 288GB free so I gave XP a little under half of that for space, for media audio cleaning and burning and maybe a little gaming. Once setup is completed, you can not change partition letters in XP. It will not let you. And it will tell you, you can not change the drive letters. Is there a way to correct the partition letters back the to the way I had originally had the letters set up? By the way, my first dual boot I deleted the recovery partition D and ended up on H for XP. On my next dual boot, I thought I would try to put XP on E and leave the D partition along. It didn't help. Is my partition too large or is it just my Gateway?