How do I edit the bootwiz file?

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  1. supraner

    supraner Registered Member

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    The text below tells me what I need, I think. When I open a bootwiz file with notepad I get symbols.



    Hi Manfred,
    i solved the problem on my system by editing the O:\BOOTWIZ\bootwiz.oss file (Letter "O" is the OSS home partition on my system).
    In the original file changed the line for the "problem XP system" from

    <id2222222222 boot_as_ms71="0" boot_as_os2="0" boot_cd_entry="0" boot_partition="3333333333" bootname="bootsect.sys" icon="icon_sys_win" language="german" lba="1" multi="multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\WINDOWS" name_template="Kopie von Windows XP" nthide="0" os_type="ntxp" uninstall_info="1" use_manual_disks_order="0" write_boot="0">
    <partitions>
    <id444444444 hidden="1" />
    <id3333333333 active="1" hidden="1" />
    </partitions>
    </id2222222222>

    to

    <id2222222222 boot_as_ms71="0" boot_as_os2="0" boot_cd_entry="0" boot_partition="3333333333" bootname="bootsect.sys" icon="icon_sys_win" language="german" lba="1" multi="multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\WINDOWS" name_template="Kopie von Windows XP" nthide="0" os_type="ntxp" uninstall_info="1" use_manual_disks_order="0" write_boot="0">
    <partitions>
    <id444444444 hidden="1" />
    <id3333333333 active="1" />
    </partitions>
    </id2222222222>

    Try this (on your own risk) - maybe it will help
     
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