EasyBCD Problem


New Member
Hello, I accidentally deleted my Windows 11 boot entry in EasyBCD. I've tried various methods like using Windows repair and the 'fixbcd' command in the command prompt. However, when I attempted to use the command prompt, it returned an 'access denied' error. Can anyone offer guidance on how to restore the Windows 11 boot entry effectively?


Volunteer Moderator
Staff member
Simply open EasyBCD and add it back under "Add New Entry" and make sure you set that to the correct drive letter.


Telephone Sanitizer (2nd Class)
Staff member
If you mean you've removed the BCD entry and you can no longer boot the PC, then use the Windows media drive as I infer you've already tried, but remember to
boot > repair your computer > repair startup
three times. (including the boot)