botting up win7

January 13, 2012 at 12:45:59
Specs: Windows 7
how do i get win7 to by pass the menu on bootup i only have win7 on my comp but it keeps stopping and given me a chois for win XP 64 that i dont have any more on my comp please?

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#1
January 13, 2012 at 13:07:30
You need to edit the bcdedit fie

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorial...

A thank you would be nice, if I have helped.


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#2
January 13, 2012 at 15:45:48
Thank you ..will try it

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#3
January 13, 2012 at 16:01:22
tried it but i cant edit the file even tho i was in admistraion...will try to find some it else i suppose.... thank you for your help anyway mate

Regards


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#4
January 14, 2012 at 10:51:37
Help and support had the answer.

"
What happened to the boot.ini file?

In earlier versions of Windows, boot.ini was a system file that contained information about the Windows operating systems installed on a computer. This information was displayed during the startup process when you turned on your computer. It was most useful in multiboot configurations, or for advanced users or administrators who needed to customize how Windows started.

In this version of Windows, the boot.ini file has been replaced with Boot Configuration Data (BCD). This file is more versatile than boot.ini, and it can apply to computer platforms that use means other than basic input/output system (BIOS) to start the computer.

If you need to make changes to BCD, such as removing entries from the list of displayed operating systems, use the command-line tool Bcdedit, an advanced tool intended for administrators and IT professionals. For technical information about Bcdedit, go to the Microsoft website for IT professionals.

If your computer is a multiboot configuration, you can still change which Windows operating system opens by default, and how long to display the list of operating systems, by using System in Control Panel.

Click to open System.

In the left pane, click Advanced system settings. If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.

Click the Advanced tab, and then, under Startup and Recovery, click Settings.

Under System startup, choose a default operating system and the amount of time to display the list of operating systems, click OK, and then click OK again.

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#5
January 15, 2012 at 12:07:03
Hi how do i edit/remove a commands on the BCDEDIT command? i am the command prompt under administator but i cant remove a commad, do i have to retype the whole command or is there a way of doing this without retype the whole bcd?

Thank you


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