I have EasyBCD 2.2 installed on a Vista drive to dual-boot Vista and Win 7. They are on two separate hard drives. This has worked without problem for a long time, but the other day I was playing with the EasyBCD settings and I unintentionally did something I cannot seem to undo. I don’t know what I changed, but the result is that Win 7 now produces an error if I try to boot from the EasyBCD menu, but it boots normally if I don’t use EasyBCD. The Vista drive works as before. EasyBCD is installed on the Vista drive. The EasyBCD menu appears on boot-up, with the options to boot Vista or Win 7. If I choose Vista it starts normally. If I choose Win 7, I get a Windows boot manager error that a recent change has resulted in it being signed incorrectly or damaged. I also see a Winload.exe message that the digital signature for the file cannot be verified. I have tried removing and replacing the entries but it makes no difference. As I said, the Win 7 drive boots normally on its own. I only get the error if I try to start it from EasyBCD. Can anyone explain to me what is going on here, or point me in the right direction to figure this out? Thanks for any help.