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From: tommytwotone on 8 Dec 2009 00:02
If I run rebuild in the bootcfg in the recovery console will it erase any
files on my hard drive?
From: db on 8 Dec 2009 10:18
no it will simply re build the boot
menu where you select the o.s.
to boot from.
for example if you installed a second
copy of windows on the disk but it
doesn't appear on the boot menu,
then the command will re build the
menu to include the option to boot
to that second boot, in addition to
having the option to boot to the
so if your boot menu is fine then
I don't recommend you waste your
time with the command.
incidentally, you can see the boot
menu via the desktop.
the file is called on the disk is
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"tommytwotone" <tommytwotone(a)discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> If I run rebuild in the bootcfg in the recovery console will it erase any
> files on my hard drive?