Well, that would be a step backwards, so I was reluctant to do that.
Anyway, what I did do was use the default BCDEdit and run these four commands, and it works fine:
Here is the resulting file:
So, I'm not sure what EasyBCD was looking for that wasn't there. C'est la vie...
I am having a similar issue as others have previously posted, I cannot add an entry to the boot menu for Windows XP, because EasyBCD does not detect it. I tried the automatic and manual modes.
I'll try to answer as many questions I have seen asked at the beginning:
Is there a Windows...