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17 Oct 2010  
A Guy

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Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1

Welcome to Seven Forums rfmanning. this from the EasyBCD forum:

EasyBCD is using the BCD file on a different partition than the one you are booting from. Be sure to select the correct BCD file at EasyBCD startup.

I personally have never used EasyBCD, so if this isn't obvious, I'm sure someone will be along with personal experience. A Guy
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