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I keep forgetting to submit this, but here it is, finally.
I haven't been able to access my files on my Vista partition from Windows 7. This is quite frustrating, because now if I want to play media files or games from my Vista partition, I have to reboot into Vista, copy the files to a flash drive, then reboot back into 7. This is highly impractical. Why can't I just access my files from Win7, just like I can browse XP's files if I had a dual boot between Vista and XP? Even if I go into computer management, I can't access them.
Moreover, Windows 7 says it is installed on the C:\ drive, which is *really* occupied by Vista. When I boot into Vista, I can access my Win7 files, which are registered as being on the W:\ drive. So where is Win7 really installed? This is confusing and, more to the point, highly impractical and frustrating. What is the reason for this?
Make Vista files easily accessible from with Win7, with permissions still intact of course. When I browse my Win7 files from within Vista, UAC still works fine.