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#1 RolandJS

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Posted 10 May 2016 - 11:56 AM

  Since Windows Secrets Lounge is helping me with Image for Windows, I'm asking about Acronis True Image WinPE here in BC.

  On all three computers, I successfully got Macrium Reflect into bcd-boot, now Windows 7 and MR are the two choices awaiting my hi-lite and enter-key. I have no idea how to add Acronis True Image WinPE to my bcd-boot lineup -- I can't figure out Acronis TI WinPE instructions, numerous attempts have failed.
  I've set my Windows to automatically come up into a black screen giving me 420 seconds to decide if I want to do an F8 or to choose one of two boot choices: Windows 7 [normal default] or Macrium Reflect Pro's utility menu board. I would like to add Acronis True Image WinPe into that lineup.


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Posted 11 May 2016 - 10:03 AM

Actually, I had tried the Acronis True Image bcd-load utility, and I just now remembered -- on at least two computers I would a one-line message "...F11 to enter Acronis something or other..." which appears just before I get the Windows 7 or Macrium Reflect boot menu -- so I guess I was actually successful.  I guess my real question is:  how did Macrium and Acronis get onto/into bcd-boot process?


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