This page contains the syntax and usage for the bootcfg command
You can see the full syntax for this command (and most commands in Windows) by typing bootcfg /? at the command prompt:
BOOTCFG /parameter [arguments] Description: This command line tool can be used to configure, query, change or delete the boot entry settings in the BOOT.INI file. Parameter List: /Copy Makes a copy of an existing boot entry. /Delete Deletes an existing boot entry from the BOOT.INI file. /Query Displays the current boot entries and their settings. /Raw Allows the user to specify any switch to be added. /Timeout Allows the user to change the Timeout value. /Default Allows the user to change the Default boot entry. /EMS Allows the user to configure the /redirect switch for headless support. /Debug Allows the user to specify the port and baudrate for remote debugging. /Addsw Allows the user to add predefined switches. /Rmsw Allows the user to remove predefined switches. /Dbg1394 Allows the user to configure 1394 port for debugging. /? Displays this help message. Examples: BOOTCFG /Copy /? BOOTCFG /Delete /? BOOTCFG /Query /? BOOTCFG /Raw /? BOOTCFG /Timeout /? BOOTCFG /EMS /? BOOTCFG /Debug /? BOOTCFG /Addsw /? BOOTCFG /Rmsw /? BOOTCFG /Dbg1394 /? BOOTCFG /Default /? BOOTCFG /? WARNING: BOOT.INI is used for boot options on Windows XP and earlier operating systems. Use the BCDEDIT command line tool to modify Windows Vista boot options.