bcdedit.exe commands - Boot Manager

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    Here is some information and a link for anyone looking for "bcdedit.exe" commands.

    bcdedit is a command-line program run from the operating system command line prompt. In other words, you must type in the command, and hit ENTER for the bcdedit.exe program to execute the command. It allows you to change or set boot application settings. If you have dual boot settings that are wrong, and can only boot the computer into a DOS prompt, then this may help.

    BCDEdit/? - Shows a list of BCDEdit commands

    A full explanation of the commands available to run are at this site:

    technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc709667%28WS.10%29.aspx]BCDEdit Command-Line Options
     
    z710TxtAnsePmdVYWpyZ, Feb 8, 2010
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