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When you power on your PC, the BIOS is loaded which first detects and initializes basic hardware, then loads a small amount of binary code stored in the MBR of the primary boot disk.The MBR then loads some more binary code in the bootsector of the active partition on that same disk.The code in the bootsector is then run, which typically loads a binary file from the root of the same active partition, which typically presents the user with a menu of operating systems to boot from (assuming there is more than one) and proceeds to boot into the selected OS….

To keep things simple, ebcd.00x files are in the same exact format as BOOT.All you need to do is uncheck the checkbox labeled “automatically detect the correct drive.” Subsequently, a drop-down box containing a list of all mounted partitions will appear, and you can choose the Windows XP installation you wish to boot into.Clicking “Add Entry” will cause Easy BCD to automatically create the easyldr#,, and ebcd.00x files needed to boot into the selected partition.NTLDR will be placed in the NST subfolder as shown above, and NTDETECT will be placed in the root of the boot partition.Easy BCD’s “Boot Grabber.exe” helper module will scan all mounted partitions for legacy NT-based installs (Windows NT through 2003), and automatically generate a that contains all detected legacy installations: Easy LDR-based entries aren’t that much more difficult to create.

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