delete whats in the boot.ini and put in
and save it
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Windo ws XP Media Center Edition"
basicly what i did was get rid of the part that tells your computer to auto start windows.(which should bring it strait to a bootmenu)
the next time you restart your computer -after the gateway logo- it should go to a window that ask you what to boot from/to. use the arrow keys to go to windows XP and press enter, then the next screen should ask you how to start, use the arrow keys to get to start windows normaly and press enter.
if this doesnt fix your problem then tell me if you have a second hard drive
(a D:\ drive in my computer)