Most people who use Grub would just add entries to boot all their OSes in their menu.lst.kairozamorro said:If you run grub and have bootmgr and such installed on the logical partition you want you should be able to tell it to go there, where no MS boot code needs to be installed, but thats creating a two stage boot if you want to add additional entry's to Windows bootmgr.
As Terry just said, the Windows bootloader can not chainload into a logical partition. Period. Also, there is no such thing as "installation" of the BCD. The BCD is a Vista file equivalent to the NT systems' boot.ini file, in which entries to boot the OS are stored. You don't "install" it. At most, you would copy or move it to the logical partition, but since there is no way for the standard Windows IPL to chainload into a logical partition's PBR, doing that would be pointless. Since EasyBCD is a tool intended to be used primarily with the Windows MBR controlling the boot, it would be stupid to have a feature to move the BCD to a logical partition, because then the system wouldn't boot.Hello
Can't you build on EasyBCDs BCD Repair feature (the same which allows installation of BCD onto XP) for installation onto a Logical Partition?
Thanks in advance,