Windows 7 boot.ini file

#41
Thankyou SaltGrass and Mike.
well i had to format my pc.. cos while making changes using EasyBCD i screwed up and selcted the not working windows 7.
so i had to format my 1 partition and install windows 7 there.
so basically i made many mistakes and learnt a lotta things. but i am highly impressed with Windows 7.

And yeah i wud recommend this tool for windows 7 non genuine users RemoveWGA it eliminates the possiblity of genuine errors and allows Windows updates as well.

Enjoy !
 


#42
To install Easybcd on XP, you need to first download and install .NET Framework 2.0 from MS

Download details: .NET Framework Version 2.0 Redistributable Package (x86)

D/L and install Easybcd

Download EasyBCD 1.7.2 - NeoSmart Technologies

A. Click Manage Bootloader

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B. Make sure "Reinstall Vista Bootloader" is selected, Click Write MBR

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C. Select Add/Remove Entries

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D. Select Windows NT/2k/XP/2k3 in Drop-down, Click Add Entry, Click Save

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Don't worry it says Vista - NT6 compatible MBR is the same for Vista and 7.

You could do it with command line instead , if you are familiar with that.

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Thanks a lot. I searched Google for hours all the guides there mentioned how to use Easy BCD from windows 7 but your guide proved really helpful to me
 


#43
Thanks a lot. I searched Google for hours all the guides there mentioned how to use Easy BCD from windows 7 but your guide proved really helpful to me
I have same probleme. 2 windows, XP and 7, i reinstaled xp and now i cant use win7. I tried to solve by EasyBCD as another users, but didnt work.Can someone to help me?
 


#44
How did you do this? May I have step by step instructions because i did the same thing!!

Thanks!
This whole thing could have been avoided if you install windows xp first...than windows 7. The windows 7 detects the xp installation and creates the duel boot setup including the boot.ini for xp. For furure reference always install the older OS first than the newer ones from there.
 


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