Nope - cannot find any 'boots made for walking'.
I am at present 'back' on the old drives, C (various bits), D (XP) and E (W7). Bcd works normally.
Over the many years, from DOS through 3.11, 95, 98, 2000 and XP, drives have been transferred, cloned etc (mobos and processors changed etc). I have always retained, be it right or wrong, the C as the 'boot' drive, with dual and even triple boots set up at times.
Currently I have XP and W7. With XP, boot.ini on C was always called. After 7 went in, bcd took over. After this clone only boot.ini appears.
It would help to understand where bcd 'hides' and how it is called, I think, and I might be able to sort this. It sits in C/boot. When I examine it in EasyBCD it has the correct parameters, it just is not called.
Last edited by BOAC; 18th Jul 2012 at 07:12.