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Password Forgot Password? Only downside is if your computer doesn't support booting from USB Edited by jonuk76, 06 February 2014 - 07:06 PM. Edit Bootloader Paths This is a discussion on Edit Bootloader Paths within the Windows 7 , Windows Vista Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. via BIOS-Set_First_Boot_HDD, 7 works if I boot to the 3200, Vista works if I boot to the 6400, and OSX works if I boot to the ST drive. http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/238952-easybcd-how-create-absolute-paths.html

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Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... Member of the Bleeping Computer A.I.I. Try a workaround The sixth option is not exactly a solution to the uncooperative/unpredictable BIOS configuration problem, it is more of an ugly workaround for it.  It turns out that in I installed Win7 on L:, which is a logical drive on what was my boot drive at the time.

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  • Of course, none of those worked.  I finally decided, based on my own experience and the lack of success stories or real configuration information on the web, that easyBCD is of
  • At that point, I remembered the "Compatibility Mode" options in Windows, and running both the 8.04 and 8.10 installers in compatibility mode for Windows Vista worked without a hitch, including the
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  • When I used the 8.10 installer, I had to copy files from \ubuntu\winboot to the root of the partition; the Wubi 8.04 installer copied some of those same files to the
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  • Go into a command prompt with admin privileges. 6.
  • I have tried all of these at one time or another.

but when I use EasyBSD it always boots me up into Zorin (yes, I made sure it was the right drive, I even tried multiple things like SysLinux, GRUB (Legacy), GRUB I don't know how to make Windows bootloader see it though. thank you Pranav (pranavmarathe) wrote on 2009-03-05: Re: [Bug 318135] Re: Wubi installer doesn't appear in boot menu on Windows 7 #17 Hi, I didn't get any solution for that problem. Bcdedit /store Regards, Pranav Harrison Neal (hantwister) wrote on 2009-02-02: #11 @Agostino Russo: I think It'd be worth a shot just checking for Vista and 7 and following the same instructions for both.

My desktop's wouldn;t have been far off, other than drive letters obviously (since my laptop has 2 hard drives and my desktop has...3 hard drives, plus 1 external hard drive and Easybcd Iso Edited by AlexSmithFanning, 06 February 2014 - 11:20 PM. Further reading Experiments with my new laptop, Linux and UEFI Buying a new Windows 8.1 laptop – and getting it ready for Linux Hands-on with Knoppix Linux 7.2.0: A well-established and Windows 10 is just to invasive for me.

How to find out? Bcd File Location Windows 10 Bentley (stuart) wrote on 2009-12-17: #28 Never mind. The other one still don't work, odd. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged

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It's now several hours later, and I'm editing this post to add some info. dig this Very complicated multi booting/recovery situation. Easybcd Bootable Usb Via BCD, only 7 works. Bcd Location Windows 10 Watson for Jamie's Mostly Linux Stuff | February 21, 2014 -- 11:34 GMT (11:34 GMT) | Topic: Linux A good bit of the feedback on my most recent post about installing

The other advantage is that a USB stick is portable, you can lock it in a drawer when you don't need it, and it won't interfere with the ordinary operation of Edition: Asia Australia Europe India United Kingdom United States ZDNet around the globe: ZDNet Belgium ZDNet China ZDNet France ZDNet Germany ZDNet Korea ZDNet Japan Go Central Europe Middle East Scandinavia GRUB is no longer an issue because I have installed YUMI. Terry Baker of fine scones. Bcd Store Location

Mode There are two different load modes for ISO images. Did you try the manual way, or did you try running the setup under compatibility mode (right click, Properties, Compatibility, select Windows Vista)? Install EasyBCD. 3. Windows 10 is just to invasive for me.

Incidentally, had you tried booting from the other HDD since the startup repair ? Bcd Editor Windows 10 goto (gotolaunchpad) wrote on 2009-03-04: #16 can yuo upload a guid with picture how to solve this problem? Finally, just to prove to myself that I wasn't doing something just fundamentally wrong (or stupid), I just set the boot object of one of my Linux attempts to be Windows

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I prefer Linux. Click here to Register a free account now! b) Which partition is active (if on the same HDD) ? Bcd Boot Manager Every UEFI firmware implementation is different - and not just a little bit different, either .  Some work really well with Linux installations, dual-booting with no problem right from the start.

When I tried that, I got a black terminal screen (grub>) with nothing else. The current BCD implementation for Vista (which was contributed by the author of EasyBCD) is: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-installer/wubi/trunk/annotate/head%3A/src/wubi/backends/win32/backend.py (modify_bcd, line 561) Harrison Neal (hantwister) wrote on 2009-01-25: #7 bogdan2412: Were you using 8.04 sorry for the misdirection. Linux is installed via WUBI so there's no way to access it's MBR via BIOS.

One way that this can be made a bit easier is to go into the BIOS setup and choose a start-up delay, many systems will allow you to set anywhere from I dropped that idea for some time as I'm busy in some other activity. To do that, type: Quote: bcdedit /export C:\SAVEDBCD For Vista: Quote: bcdedit /set {*insert here*} device partition=F: * insert the Windows vista BCD ID, too small for me to read (take Took me all night of breaking Windows Vista's bootloader by editing it and manually adding the entry to the bootloader (I think I broke it like 30 times, really).

If you have any questions about my situation I will further explain it. Since a picture is worth 1000 words.... At this point, I'd be willing to bet simply checking for either Vista or Windows 7 and following the same instructions would work. Did a full shutdown, waited 5 seconds, turned back on 06-05-2010, 04:53 PM #19 i MaRk i TSF Enthusiast Join Date: Dec 2009 Location: Somewhere isolated from