Boot configuration Editor has stopped working.


This has happened several times. The only solution I have found is to un-install & re-install EasyBCD..
Problem Details from Vista:tongueout:roblem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: bcdedit.exe
Application Version: 6.0.6000.16386
Application Timestamp: 4549aca1
Fault Module Name: bcdedit.exe
Fault Module Version: 6.0.6000.16386
Fault Module Timestamp: 4549aca1
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 00042014
OS Version: 6.0.6000.
Locale ID: 2057
Additional Information 1: ec10
Additional Information 2: 303bead015df265c9859fa91b5ecd25c
Additional Information 3: 6701
Additional Information 4: be3dbdff36f8c6c55eb52f27d13a3456

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Mac Pro :- Bay 1 Mac OSX Leopard on 200G Drive Vista calls this Disk 2
Bay 2 XPpro on Part.1 of 250Gb Vista calls this Disk 0
Bay 3 Vista on Part 2 of 250 Gb Part1 is 200Mb Bootcamp " Disk 3
Bay 4 XPpro on Part 1 of 250G Vista calls this Disk 1

Bootcamp menu has an entry for XP which throws up boot.ini menu to choose which XP.
I have not been successful in booting Leopard from Easy BCD and have to hold Option Key down & do it the Bootcamp way! Vista is default in OSX and XPpro is default in Easy BCD
Not exactly.

EasyBCD is 100% EFI compatible. Apparently, Microsoft's bcdedit.exe (which EasyBCD uses) isn't.

Basically, EasyBCD will try to boot into xxxxx by configuring its use via bcdedit.exe, which should *never* crash.

If it does, it's the Microsoft code that's crashing, and I have no control over that. Sorry.

I'll drop someone at MS a line and see what I can find.