09-28-2014, 05:33 PM
(09-16-2014, 11:07 PM)admin Wrote: If first installed Windows 8.1, then Windows 7. You need to remove or rename the boot folder on the windows 8.1 partition. If first installed Windows 7, You need to remove or rename the boot folder on the windows 7 partition.
since I installed windows 7 first, I followed you're advice and removed boot folder on my win7 partition but the problem is after that the dual boot selection is GONE.
so what do I do to make the dual boot functionality work under USB (if I use EasyBCD and add boot entry for Win7, I got BSOD after win7 logo)?