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(Solved) - Dual Boot OS names - How to change

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  • Started 6 years ago by chuck666
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chuck666
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I am dual booting win7; 32 bit and 64 bit. In the boot loader, the default names are the same. I cannot find a way to change them to prevent mix up?

An ideas?

Chuck

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chuck666
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Bump

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ProstheticHead
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Hi chuck. BCDEDIT

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chuck666
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Thank you PH for the clue. From that I nosed around after I saw that I could completely understand the syntax of that command structure. Someone indicated that EASY BCD was the non-programmers best bet. And indeed, it solved the problem. A very nice simple tool.
http://neosmart.net/forums/

This is solved.

Chuck

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