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This page explains how to set up a dual-boot system with one or more later, “bcd-native” versions of Microsoft Windows.
Dual-boot Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10
BCD (Boot Configuration Disk) is a new boot technology that
The procedures for using EasyBCD to boot into the most recent versions of Windows are identical. The NTLDR bootloader was decommissioned with Windows Vista. Windows now utilize the BOOTMGR bootloader, which keeps its settings in the new BCD (Boot Configuration Data) file rather than the traditional one boot.ini file. This new BOOTMGR bootloader can boot directly into BCD/BOOTMGR-compatible versions of Windows.
EasyBCD has been validated to boot into and work with the following BCD-based systems as EasyBCD 2.2: Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2012, and Windows Server 2008. EasyBCD also supports older versions of Windows, including Windows 2000 and XP, with backwards compatibility settings.
Adding a Windows Vista/7/8/Windows XP/Windows XP/Windows XP/Windows
Adding a Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8 entry is a simple procedure that may be carried out on any supported host operating system. Assuming you already have a completely functional BCD setup (i.e. EasyBCD is up and running with no errors):
- Go to the “Add New Entry” screen in EasyBCD.
- In the “Name” box, type the name you want to connect with the entry you’re about to make. “My Windows 8.1 Installation,” for example.
- From the drop-down option, choose the letter of the drive/partition where Windows is installed (for example, “C:”).
- It’s vital to remember that the Drive Letter must correspond to the drive that Vista/7 is installed on and is currently visible on My Computer. Use the drive letters as they appear in your current boot, even if they change from install to install. EasyBCD will automatically convert these to disk and partition numbers that the Windows bootloader can understand.
- Wait for the indication that everything went OK after pressing the “Add Entry” button.
- The operating systems list should update to reflect the new modifications right away, and you’re good to go.
- Optional: Customize the options available for this entry by going to the “Change Settings” page or “Advanced Options.”
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