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Fix or change your boot loader

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#1 Ztruker


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Posted 30 August 2012 - 08:09 PM

If you are prompted to select an operating system to boot, even when you have only one, or you want to add a 2nd, previously installed operating system the the Boot select menu, then EasyBCD is for you, download it here: EasyBCD, Take control of your boot loader.

The non-commercial version is FREE. Following is from their web site:

What is EasyBCD Anyway?

It all depends on who you ask or what you want to get done, but

  • EasyBCD is NeoSmart Technologies 100% free Windows bootloader (BCD) modification tool.
  • A way to get your Windows Vista or Windows 7 working with Linux, BSD, Mac OS X, and dozens more operating systems without a headache!
  • An IT Guy's number 1 bootloader-troubleshooting tool.
  • A multiple award-winning application, used and recommended by the folks at Microsoft, PC World and more!
  • The easiest way of booting from virtual disks, ISO images, network devices, or USB disks!
  • The best way to do just about anything with Windows Vista/7 before it even turns on!
That's just the tip of the iceberg though. You should read the FAQ for more info. Also, take a look at the Multibooters' Guide for a down-to-earth explanation of what multi-booting is and how it works. (smile)

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 06:29 AM

It's really good. And i will try it. Thanks for the share. :)

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