I have a dual multiboot:-
C: W7ORIG (when selected at boot works fine -as expected- this is the original bootable partition)
E: W7COPY (when selected at boot the drive name stays as E:; if I manually change C:->Z: and then E:-C: this will fix it?)
Probably mad and/or stupid...I know I can image my current (W7) C: partition to a spare disk and put that on a shelf as a system image backup. But it would be nice if I could
1. image c: partition to a spare partition (same computer different disk)
2. use bcdedit to create a multi-boot of the 2...
Hi, I have a multiboot of XP, Vista64 and 7 (installed in that order) spread across 2 disks and although this isn't my "office" PC I should REALLY have a recovery strategy.
I guess the most important partition is the first one of disk 0 because this has MBR, (Vista) PBR, and bootmgr (with BCD)...
Hi, same problem with iReboot 220.127.116.11779 In theory this will be a very useful tool. Never shows Vista in my dual boot setup :- Cheers!
Windows Boot Manager