EasyBCD scripting?

Hello there.

I'm attempting to do something rather extreme when it comes to operating system installation, and I'm wondering if EasyBCD is the final piece of the puzzle. I need a way to switch out the boot loader on Windows XP with BCD from within a script, so that I can boot to a WinPE .WIM image for a network-pushed Windows 7 install / migration.

I'd love to use Microsoft's provided BOOTSECT.EXE to do it, but it gives a pesky "access denied" error when you try to use it on the C: drive when booted in XP. I'm hoping that there is an easy way to do this with EasyBCD (see what I did there?) so that I don't have to futz around with direct boot sector editing to enable bootmgr rather than ntldr.

EasyBCD can do this through the GUI, but I would like this to be scripted. And by "scripted," I'd rather that not mean UI scripting where I'm telling the mouse to go to X,Y and click.



Mostly Harmless
Staff member
EasyBCD can't be scripted. We have customized scripting solutions available for companies, developed on an individual basis. You can contact sales@neosmart.net for that.