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comment Is there a Windows file format with <CR>-separated records (without <LF> characters)?
Just FYI, MacOS used to use CR line endings before OS X, but it doesn't seem like that's where your file comes from.
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comment Changing the default boot option without losing the boot menu
I'm familiar with EasyBCD, and it's good, but keep in mind that it's mainly a frontend for bcdedit and cannot do much that bcdedit cannot do. It would not have solved my problem. For a long while though, I have been using it as it was by far the easiest way to get Grub working from the Windows boot menu.
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comment Changing the default boot option without losing the boot menu
I appreciate your answer, it pointed me in the right direction, even if not the way you intended. Thanks.
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answered Changing the default boot option without losing the boot menu
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comment Changing the default boot option without losing the boot menu
I am using the boot loader from Windows 8, that part of the upgrade went well. My problem is that I would like to make Windows 8's boot loader default to booting Windows 7, which works, except I lose the option to boot anything else.
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