By: COIN | August 06, 2012
1. Open up the command line as an administrator rights (right click on the
Shortcut, Run As and lets you run as an admin if your on a non-admin account)
Output will be as below:
A boot entry consists of 4 main elements:
1. Identifier: The identifier is how the system has named the boot entry.
2. Device: The device is the drive or virtual image that the system will use to boot the
3. Path: The path is the location on the device where the bootloader file is found.
4. Description: The description is the friendly name we give to our boot entry, e.g.
IMPORTANT: Make a backup of your BCD file first. To do that, type: