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10 Oct 2012  

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Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bits 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1

in elevated command prompt Elevated Command Prompt
bcdboot  g:\windows
succeeds succesfully? After that... reboot.
Now you have menu? What are the names? both work?

To change the name in bootmenu:
boot into that name.
In elevated command prompt:
bcdedit/set  {current}  description  "Whatever you want"
You formatted the partition and there was the bootmenu!! So win7 bootmenu was gone!
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