windows7 bootloader screen

#1
Hi,
I have 5 operating systems spread over 2 hard drives.
I recently had cause to repair my win7 install.
When I selected win7 from my bootloader (chameleon) I then got the windows7 bootloader with win7 recovered and win8 recovered.
This was because I had the hard drive with win8 connected when I ran the repair.
I have since fixed this by "breaking" my win7 install and repairing it again but this time unplugging my win8 drive.
My question is, could I have got rid of the win7 bootloader any other way?
I tried going to the boot section of system and msconfig, and I also installed easy bcd but none of these showed the two entries so that I could delete one and set the countdown to 0
Any one know how to configure that bootloader?
Mike
 

mqudsi

Mostly Harmless
Staff member
#2
Sounds like Chameleon is confusing Windows and EasyBCD.