Tired of the way things were….
So, I got tired of the way my laptop was acting. I was especially tired of trying to keep my seperate music folders in sync between both OS’s (Windows 7 and Arch Linux). I came up with a solution, and although I am considering it “Temporary,” it is close to permanent. So, first, I wiped my HDD, and reinstalled Windows 7 using the Lenovo factory restore disc. Then I repartitioned everything with 3 primary partitions and 4 logical partitions: 1 ext2 (for boot) 1 swap, 2 NTFS, and 2 ext4 (for / and /home). 1 of those NTFS drives is obviously windows 7, the other is for my music. I used the Windows Logical Disk manager to mount the drive in “c:\users\xen0blade\music”, then I swapped over to linux and used these lines in /etc/fstab (ie sda7 is the music ntfs partition):
/dev/sda7 /var/lib/mpd/music ntfs default 0 0
/var/lib/mpd/music /home/xen0blade/music ntfs bind 0 0
Then I got mpd up and running and !Voila!, no need to sync my music!