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I did something wrong. Help?

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Maybe the easiest way is to use a semi-free tool called EasyBCD.

 

You can use the built in bcedit tool in Windows but it is kind of clunky and has to run through command line interface. EasyBCD has a much friendlier GUI. You can get it here;

http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/OS-Enhancements/EasyBCD.shtml

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Guest Black gold saw.

Ok. i got the easy BCD.. now what?

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There is one entry in the Windows bootloader.

 

Default: Windows 7 Home Premium (recovered)

Timeout: 10 seconds

EasyBCD Boot Device: C:\

 

Entry #1

Name: Windows 7 Home Premium (recovered)

BCD ID: {current}

Drive: C:\

Bootloader Path: \Windows\system32\winload.exe

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Hmm, other than the (recovered) the remainder of the entries look pretty standard. Probably going to have to drop back and punt using the bcedit tool included with Windows. It provides a much more detailed analysis of the boot loader. I've gotta get on the commute home, but here is a real good tutorial on using the built in bcedit tool. Take a screen shot of the bcedit results after reading the tutorial and running the tool.

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