Change Boot Loader location to C drive?

Discus and support Change Boot Loader location to C drive? in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Is it possible to fix so my Boot Manager is on the same drive as the OS? I remember having this problem before, and the solution was to basically... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by zerowalker, Jul 3, 2018.

  1. zerowalker Win User

    Change Boot Loader location to C drive?


    Is it possible to fix so my Boot Manager is on the same drive as the OS?
    I remember having this problem before, and the solution was to basically install Windows with all other Disks disconnected.
    Which seems weird, i mean why would it even want to install the loader on another drive:S


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    EDIT: Boot Manager, not Loader;P

    :)
     
    zerowalker, Jul 3, 2018
    #1
  2. MilkyWay Win User

    issues with Boot Loader

    esaay bcd has a repair boot loader and other boot loader options, its saved me back when i removed my second hard drive
     
    MilkyWay, Jul 3, 2018
    #2
  3. KTR
    ktr Win User
    How do I remove the Linux Boot Loader?

    You don't actually uninstall a boot loader but replace it with another.

    You cannot get Ubuntu to start on a Windows' boot loader, it needs to be GRUB (or an open source equivalent).

    Any ways, to get the Windows' boot loader back up, you need to insert your WIN7 installer disk and select the repair option>startup repair. I am assuming the WIN7 will use a similar setup menu as VISTA.

    Follow the guide here for step by step intructions: http://neosmart.net/wiki/display/EBCD/Recovering+the+Vista+Bootloader+from+the+DVD

    After that, just format the partition/disk that ubuntu is on...
     
  4. Lucky443 Win User

    Change Boot Loader location to C drive?

    how to change the entry point for secondary boot loader?

    Hi All,
    i don't know i can post this here or not
    I have a KMC board with mips VR4131 processor. The target board already having cmon boot loader on flash. Now I need to put my yamon boot loader which I modified according to the requirement on the flash(mean while i need to protect my previous boot profram so i can't overwrite that). As we know MIPS have fixed starting address 0xbfc00000, how to change this address to other address so that after power on it can enter to the new address (boot loader).
    If any one has some idea, please help me
    Thanks in advance.

    Regards,
    Lucky
     
    Lucky443, Jul 3, 2018
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