|27 Jan 2012||#1|
create BCD with BCDedit
I have a C: partition with the contents of windows xp
and I have a D: partition with the contents of windows 7
then I accidentally delete the C: partition in order to remove XP
then I made the drive D: set of active primaries for the purpose of my laptop can boot into windows 7 directly.
(with active disk boot)
happens next is
BOOTMGR is missing
so I hv copied BOOTMGR file from BOOTMGR Active disk boot.
but next happens is BOOT\BCd bla.. bla.. bla..
I found that I delete the partition boot folder c:
any idea how i create my boot folder (with windows7 repair cmd of course).
some tutorials just explain usability of bcdedit /xxx or /xxx. hey my dear can help me step by step.
my eyes are hot read articles and tutorials or I have not found a proper reading
thanks for the prof.;
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|28 Jan 2012||#5|
It is not clear how Windows recovery environment is enumerating and mapping drives.
One is sure - Recovery environment is mapped to drive letter X:
To be sure which drive letter is mapped to Windows 7 partition - needed for the command "bcdboot" - you have to check using the "dir" command or some other way.
For this purpose it is always good to give partitions good symbolic names like "Win7-32", "XP-64"...
This is important when installing several versions of Windows.
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