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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-13-2019, 07:16 AM - Thread Starter
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Reinstalling Windows Boot Manager?

Hello guys,

I run pretty much 3 different operating systems in my drive and the problem is, that once I've formated the drive containing the boot manager and set up the OS anew, Windows won't add another Boot Manager and I lose my Bootscreen.

The only way it has worked so far, was always, when there were 0 OS dives installed and Windows then added the Bootmanager to the second OS that's been installed if I remember correctly?

Isn't there a way to reintegrate the boot manager once the drive with it has been formated and set up with a fresh OS?
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Why is it so complicated?
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tapping f12 during boot, seen them appear in that menu but not in Bios

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multiboot rufus has helped me many times; works with any OS, incl. 10's official .iso, or Adguard's Techbench
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