Recent content by GoinEasy9

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    2 Linux entries and no Windows entry after edit.

    Hi Sorry for the delay, I really wanted to share how I made out. Actually, I used the method posted by Terry60. I've been using EasyBCD for a long time, and, have the wiki bookmarked. I found a 32 bit version of the Windows 7 Recovery iso, and, used it to restore the bootloader. Then I went...
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    2 Linux entries and no Windows entry after edit.

    This happened once before, a while ago, and I forgot how I resolved it. I went to edit my menu and the editing messed up. I originally had the top choice as Windows 7 and the second choice as Fedora 15. The Fedora 15 line was marked as default. Since I had installed a new Linux distro, I had...
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    Vista/Fedora 11 upgrade advice

    Heh, looking at the date I posted last means I procrastinated a whole lot more before doing my upgrades, but, I did want to come back and say they went very well, thanks to EasyBCD. I'm now dual booting Win 7 and Fedora 13 on my 2 Dell laptops thanks to you. Geez, I'm glad that's over with...
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    Using up and down arrows borks menu entries

    OK, so, for a whole day, no matter what I did, using the buttons with the arrows on them gave me the results I mentioned above. SO, I set up the laptop to make screen shots and I can't reproduce. Sorry, but, after rebooting and redoing the menu multiple times the other day with the same errors...
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    Using up and down arrows borks menu entries

    I am having a problem with EasyBCD 2.0.0.100. I am dual booting Windows 7 and Fedora 13. I use the up and down arrows to position my menu entries so the default is the top choice. When I use the arrows so I can place the default OS on top, I get duplicate menu entries. The first time the...
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    Vista/Fedora 11 upgrade advice

    It took me a couple of days to get back to look. Thanks Terry60, I appreciate the links. Hopefully I'll be able to come back soon and report a successful result. Thanks Again Tom
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    Vista/Fedora 11 upgrade advice

    I've been using EasyBCD to dual boot two Dell laptops. They came with Vista installed and the instructions specific to Fedora made the dual boot process extremely easy. I've had the Win 7 upgrade disks for awhile, procrastinating because of all the problems folks have had upgrading Vista...