Here we can see, “Editing a BCD on a different disk”
EasyBCD is a robust program that allows you to edit BCD menus on many disks. This is applicable in a variety of situations, including
- On a bootable USB stick, editing the menu.
- Fixing the boot menu on a hard disk from another computer (repairing virus damage, etc.)
- The contents of an EasyBCD backup can be viewed.
It’s straightforward to edit an external BCD. Simply launch EasyBCD and select “Select BCD Store” from the “File” menu.
The BCD store is usually found on the boot partition in the BOOTBCD directory. However, if this partition was created automatically during Windows 7 installation, it may be hidden.
Before you can open it in EasyBCD, you’ll need to manually assign a drive letter from Computer Management | Disk Management (Control Panel | Administrative Tools | Computer Management | Disk Management). Otherwise, you won’t be able to browse to the BCD path in EasyBCD’s open file window unless you permit viewing of both hidden and operating system files (though you may still enter the path manually if you already know it).
After that, EasyBCD will load the BCD and update all pages to display the contents of the manually specified BCD rather than the system BCD menu. EasyBCD will only update the manually loaded BCD store in the future, not the system boot menu. Simply select “Load System BCD” from the “File” menu to return to customizing the local system menu.
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1. What exactly is a BCD edit?
BCDEdit is a command-line utility that allows you to manage your BCD files. It can be used to create new stores, alter current stores, and add boot menu options, to name a few examples.
2. How do I alter the data in my Boot configuration?
BCDEdit (BCDEdit.exe) is a utility provided in Windows that can be used to alter boot parameters. You must be a member of the Administrators group on the computer to use BCDEdit. You can also adjust boot settings with the System Configuration application (MSConfig.exe).
3. What is the cause of the boot BCD error?
The BCD being absent or corrupted is one of the most typical reasons for this problem. This could occur due to disk write problems, power outages, boot sector viruses, or mistakes made while manually configuring the BCD.
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