Fortunately, it only happens "In certain scenarios
The more I read the link, the 'stranger' it becomes...
Perhaps because its written in "Springlish"?
“Windows Vista will have been restored on the computer but the Boot Configuration Database (BCD) store has not edited to restore Windows Vista as the default booting operating system,” Microsoft stated. “The computer will continue to boot to the Windows 7 Setup and then fail until the BCD database has been restored to its previous state.”
AFAIK, BCD store is not an executable, and cannot edit nutthin.
MS calling it a 'database' tends
to affirm my limited knowledge.
The solution is: Vista, executing the Vista command:
X:\boot\Bootsect.exe /NT60 All
which is, generally speaking, one of the Win 7 'cure-alls':
Writes the: (in Win7_words
: Vista or later
) boot sector, blah-blah...
So, TMALSS, V_Bootsec.exe is modifying the file 'bcd' database differently from the Win_7 mods, which are obviously NG.
Anybody know the specific differences?
Is the 'GUID' the culprit?
"Inquiring minds would like to know", and metoo.