I'm dual booting Linux Mint and Windows 7, and windows 7 is having a "device inaccessible" error preventing it from booting. I'm using grub for my MBR.
From what I understand, the BCD is what manages the boot process for Windows 7 after the MBR has passed off control to the OS (which is currently only a logical partition). Is this correct?
So would using this command:
make any changes to the MBR or any of the partition tables on the harddrive? Basically, is rebuilding the BCD something localized to the system drive, or does it actively change the hard-drive structure (or set any partitions active with the boot flag)?