Okay, I know this topic has been covered like crazy but I dont know where Im going wrong and Ive put too much time into this, just to start from scratch again.
Here is what I did.
I first tried the Win7 ---> OSX install but I couldn't get passed begin able to install it on a Partition. It wouldn't let me install it on a non-GUID drive.
I scrapped that and started over with the OSX ---> Win7 install.
Hooked up the Runcore to my Macbook Pro and proceeded with a direct installation with an actual 10.5 disc as some instructions detailed.
I formatted the whole thing and then made 3 Partitions in Disc Utility.
1st = FAT32 for Win7 (as I read you need it to be first)
2nd = FAT32 for Scratch (as storage for both OSs)
3rd = Mac Journaled (OSX)
Went through the whole OSX install and included all the updates. After all this, I ran the DellEDI program and unchecked the "hardware-specific DSDT file".
Everything went well. Rebooted still on my Macbook Pro and everything went fine.
I was confident and wanted to try OSX so I installed the Runcore it in my Mini and it did not boot. Error GTP, something like that (sorry for the lack of detail, I thought I was going to be able to fix it).
I continued with the Windows 7 install because I thought that the issue would be resolved once I went in to Windows to set the drive to "active". This was not possible.
I even installed EasyBCD and ran through that process.
I am getting a "Chain booing error".
I currently have BOTH OSs installed and Windows boots fine on the Mini9. OSx only boots when I have the SSD
hooked up to my MacBook Pro.