Windows 7 Boot Environment Details

To view the locations of Bootmgr and Winload in Windows 7 you may use the following command

  • Open CMD with elevated privileges
  • type Bcdedit /enum

Incase of BOOTMGR missing or corruption

  • Start your computer with a Windows 7 DVD and enter Windows RE (by selecting Repair my computer option)
  • Open up command prompt and navigate to \Windows\System32
  • type Bootrec /rebuildBcd
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