One of the main reason Microsoft upgraded from to BCD, was to improve the working and introduce new features like Startup Repair Tool, Multi-User Install shortcuts, etc.
This page will help you make changes to a file you might not even know exists! Many have asked me how to remove that menu after they deleted the new (but temporary) OS from their hard drive.Nobo writes "CCP's latest major patch to the EVE-Online client, Trinity, comes with an optional DX9-enhanced graphics patch that dramatically improves the visual quality of the in-game graphics through remade models, textures, and HDR.It also has an unfortunate bug: the incredibly stupid choice of as a game configuration file, coupled with an errant extra backslash in the installer configuration.f you were to look at your OS's Boot Sector in a disk editor, you'd find that your old MSWIN4.1 (Windows OSR2/98/98SE/Me) code had been replaced with a FAT32 version of the NTFS Boot Record (even though it may still have an "). INI file so the menu will show only the Microsoft® operating systems you want to boot up, or set it to only one and have it flash by so quick you'll forget about it being there. For example, if you install Windows™ 7 in unallocated space on a computer running Win XP and look inside the XP partition, you'll find the install process made backups of the original boot sector (BOOSECT. BAK) files, and these lines added to the new file: Boot up the Windows 2000, XP or 2003 OS and open "Control Panel" then click on "System" (or select "Properties" after right-clicking on My Computer).So, maybe you'll find a use for all those extra files you never asked for! Vista and Windows™ 7 requre the use of a new boot manager ("bootmgr") and other associated files in order to boot. Under the "System Properties" window's "Advanced" tab, if you click on "Startup and Recovery" you'll see at least two basic items in the BOOT.