So, most probably your booting now is:
MBR->Bootsector of Active partition (2nd one)->BOOTMGR (on 2nd partition)->\boot\BCD+BOOT.INI (just added to 2nd partition)-> Either Windows 7 or grub4dos
To make sure this is the case, you should boot, choose grub4dos and press "c" t get to a command prompt.
At it type:
this will establish root to first partition (I am assuming that the SSD iis first disk on the system, as it usually is).
this chainloads the bootsector of the first partition and you should be at the same \boot\BCD choices you had before the reinstall (the one comprising XP, 7 and grub4dos).
Verify by rebooting that all choices boot fine.
If they do, all you have to do is to re-access the grub4dos command line and issue the commands:
makeactive --status (hd0,1)
this will allow you to check that the currently active partition is the 2nd one.
this will make the First partition active, and at next reboot you will be booting "as before".