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BcdEdit: Repair Broken Boot Configuration Files

Many people have a second Windows version installed on their PC alongside their main operating system, for example, in order to test the new Windows 10 system alongside a PC that normally runs Windows 7.
If the second or third operating system is deleted, the default operating system may be affected because required boot files go missing, for example, or the PC’s boot menu configuration is changed. You can solve problems with multi-boot operating systems on Windows 10/8.1/8/7 using the BcdEdit (Boot Configuration Data Editor) tool. In this article, you can read how to edit and repair your Windows boot menu to fix multi-boot systems.

Category: Installation & Setup, Issues, Optimisation
Issue: 2016 Issue 2 February
Operating Systems: 7, 8, 10
Article Reference: B101



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