I've been trying to do this off and on for a couple of weeks now to no success. Any suggestions?
I started by installing MacOS Snow Leopard on my 10v and partitioning three partitions during the install
MacOS (20GB, HFS+)
Windows (20GB, FAT)
Data (the rest, HFS+ but I will change this to NTFS at some point)
Everything worked, and I had a fully functioning 10.6.2 snow leopard system.
then I used a USB stick to install Windows 7 on the Windows partition. Converted it to NTFS, installed and then had a fully functioning Windows system
Then I went back and used my Snow Leopard USB stick and re-ran NetbookInstaller to re-activate the Mac booting
When I finished this, the Windows system won't boot. Black-screen, file not found (can't remember the exact error)
Followed otehr guides, put in Win7 USB stick, go into Diskpart, select Windows partition, make it active and then repair.
This is where it gets weird. It appears that the repair does its magic not on the on-disk Windows partition but it "repairs" the USB stick. The results are that I still can't boot the Windows partition using Chameleon (same error) but when I put the USB stick in, it will boot my Windows partition so that I have a functioning Windows 7 system.
Any pointers or suggestions as to where to go now? I'm back to running MacOS, since that's my day-in-day-out system. But I can't boot the Win7 partition (which I can see from MacOS) ....