Recent content by Gingko

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    iReboot Menu encoding

    Hello, I understand this is certainly the least important problem that I could meet with iReboot. But nevertheless, I think it could be great if the iReboot popup menu could understand the same charset encoding than the EasyBCD boot configuration. Regards, Gingko
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    Using GRUB4DOS for booting Linux Debian 7 on a logical partition

    I finally got it working using the legacy Grub mode. But this doesn't change anything to the fact that there seems to be a bug in the Grub 2 mode that prevents it to be used if the Linux system to boot is located in an extended partition. Maybe you could even move this thread in the BugCentral...
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    Using GRUB4DOS for booting Linux Debian 7 on a logical partition

    Hello, I don't want to patch the AutoNeoGrub0.mbr file myself, actually, I was just asking if this bug could be fixed. For me it seems it prevents using NeoGrub for booting a linux system in an extended partition. Likely I should have posted this message in the BugCentral section. Gingko
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    Using GRUB4DOS for booting Linux Debian 7 on a logical partition

    Hello. I am trying for days to use EasyBCD 2.3 for booting a Linux session from a MBR hard disk with not less than 10 partitions. For that reason I had to use logical partitions set into an extended partition in order to override the limitations of 4 primary partitions. I use NeoSmart Linux...
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    EasyBCD writing MBR to the wrong drive

    Hello, I posted the above subject 5 years 1/2 ago, and I realize now that it has never been answered. Today I am running EasyBCD 2.3 and I am facing the same problem again (although only across several SATA drives) : How can I safely use EasyBCD for setting a new MBR for a drive that is NOT...
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    EasyBCD writing MBR to the wrong drive

    Hello, I have a problem about EasyBCD 2.0.2 (but also 1.7.2) writing MBR to the wrong drive. I have a computer with the following configuration : One SATA drive with a partition containing Windows XP Pro SP3 (named C: from the XP point of view, and G: from the Vista point of view), plus...