randavis74 Challenger 440 4bbl
Blue Springs, MO
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Re: Windows 7 boot manager editing questions
In Vista, I used a program called Easy BCDEdit. It is basically a gui for the commands above. For me, it is a little easier to navigate. I haven't tried it in Win 7. When I installed Win 7 on my machine, I booted back into Vista 64-bit and ran the program to edit the entries names and to set the default.