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Help with bcdboot

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E:\windows\system32\bcdboot e:\Windows /s e:

ghines, have you tried this? Does it work? Here is a MS TechNet link for the BCDboot switches. I did not know the definition of the /f switch. I think the TechNet definitions are clearer, but I am really confused now as I think they disagree with what is displaye for BCDboot /? Enjoy, John.

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E:\windows\system32\bcdboot e:\Windows /s e:

ghines, have you tried this? Does it work?

Yes, I think the command would have worked except that WinPE was x86 and the image that was applied to Drive E was x64. Gave an error along the lines that BCDboot was the wrong version for the OS installed.

So I used:-

BCDboot e:\windows /s e:

and all was good.

Thanks for all your help johnhc, and others, it was appreciated.

Greg

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ghines, you are welcome - glad it worked. I assume you have booted the Windows on the E: drive? Are you using the 3.0/3.1 version of WinPE? Enjoy, John.

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I assume you have booted the Windows on the E: drive?

Yes correct.

Are you using the 3.0/3.1 version of WinPE?

6.1.7600 which I believe is 3.0

Thanks again.

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