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Windows 7: How to display Bios boot menu on startup?

31 May 2015   #21
Microsoft MVP


I mean that if SysReserved is working then leave it alone. Why ask for trouble?

Let us see a full screenshot of all drives from the old OS.

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 How to display Bios boot menu on startup?

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