Bcdedit {current default}


nx is short for no execute and is the setting name for DEP in the boot configuration.. AlwaysOff is self-explanatory. Hi, I have a quadruple boot XP, Vista SP1, Vista SP2 & Windows 7 on my computer. {current} tells becedit to work with the boot configuration being used right now. However, renaming the existing BCD accomplishes the same thing since it's now unavailable to Windows, plus provides you with another layer of backup, in addition to the export you did in Step 5, if you decide to undo your actions. When you reboot your computer, you will see that your bootloader has been switched to Windows 7’s Legacy. bcdedit /set {current} hypervisorlaunchtype off After a reboot, Hyper-V is still installed but the Hypervisor is no longer running. bcdedit /set “{current}” bootmenupolicy legacy. Would be the following bcdedit /set {ntldr} description "Windows XP Home" For bcdedit /displayorder {ntldr} /addfirst NOTE: This places Windows XP as the first (default) OS on the menu list. /set tells bcedit to set an option value entry in the boot configuration. Now you can use VMware without any issues. To put back Windows 7 as the (default) OS would be the following bcdedit /displayorder {current} /addfirst For Windows XP This is how your OS Loads If you need Hyper-V again, open a command prompt as admin and run this command: bcdedit /set {current} hypervisorlaunchtype auto Exit the elevated Command Prompt.. bcdedit.exe is a Windows utility for editing boot configuration data, hence bdcedit. You could delete the BCD file entirely since you're about to create a new one. Since Seven has been installed the last, the language of the boot manager menu has, of course, become english. Type the following into the elevated Command Prompt and press Enter:.