Dual-boot Vista & Windows NOTHING - "Starting Windows"Problem

Many of the users who chose to test the new one Windows 7, Using PCs installed two operating systems in parallel (dual boot). Windows Vista as a basic OS and Windows 7 for tests and / or curiosity.

O error / weirdness commonly encountered by those who use these two operating systems on the same PC (especially those who have Windows 7 passed to the primary partition) is the boot-screen from Windows Vista when loading the system Windows 7.

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These errors can contribute to the occurrence of a number of factors that have affected Bootcfg.exe. A simple solution that you can set Windows 7 to display the boot screen when loading originalIt is the use of a command line bcdedit.

1. In another primult make sure you are logged in with Administrator user.

2. open Command Prompt (type: cmd in Start -> Search programs and fileand then press enter Enter). Switch User.

3. from Command Prompt (via BCDedit) set the region / language in which it was installed Windows 7. For example, if you have the English version en-US command line will be:

bcdedit / set {current} Local en-US

4. After you click a restart on the computer, you will see that Windows 7 will display the original boot screen when loading.

Dual-boot Vista & Windows NOTHING - "Starting Windows"Problem

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