+ 0 Votes I don't want you to answer this but... Pofadda 6 years ago ...is your copy of Vista a bit... um... non-contractual?? After d'loading a pirate copy of Vista (gone now: it wasn't worth the money to bother to get a kosher copy) and running, somewhat later, into the re-appearance of my earlier GRUB menu. this was caused by a copying of menu.lst into the active partition and it being activated by the cracker's hidden copy of grldr, the GRUB4DOS app (See c or \Windows\Setup\Scripts). If I could have been bothered this might have been a fun way to induce my Vista setup to multi-boot Linux. Win2K is back for my Windows-only stuff.