Just got the S10 tonight, tossed Windows 7 on it, worked great. Then went to install OSX, went through it, did the "fdisk -u /dev/rdisk0", Darwin loader showed 4 options:
Windows 7 NTFS
If I hit OSX, works fine, but if I select Windows 7 NTFS, the boot loader fails to load Windows 7. Doing the W7 repair now via DVD, but it doesn't detect any operating systems to repair. I can still press "Next", it scans a bit, and I reboot.
W7 made a 200 (or 250?)MB partition, then I gave Win7 30GB, 20GB for OSX, 25GB for 'Storage'
my HDD (4 partitions): 1) 200MB (windows install made) | 2) 30GB NTFS Windows 7 | 3) 20GB OSX | 4) 25GB NTFS (Storage)
Even after Windows 7 "repair", I select the 2nd partition from Darwin bootloader, and get:
BOOTMGR is missing
Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart.
I can boot into OSX just fine (just need to run the fix for the initial setup loop)
Any idea how to get Windows 7 to load again? It's on the 2nd partition, OSX is on the 3rd.