How To Start Windows 7 Boot Menu On Windows 10

If you have recently switched the Windows 10 operating system to the Windows 7 operating system, then you may have seen Windows 10 boot loader that is entirely different from the last version Windows 7 operating system.

Windows 10 has brought a complete change to the previous version of Windows 7. Windows 10 boot menu is a graphical view, and it permits the user to use their mouse more freely. It has more features than the previous version of Windows 7, and it is user-friendly as well. This blog will help you to know how you can enable Windows 7 legacy in Windows 10.

One of the best helpful things is users can use dual boot mode in their PC. It also provides automatically reboots straight, which can save you time.

There are Two Ways 

§  Using bcdedit

§  Using bootrec

First: Use bcdedit

1.      Navigate your cursor on Windows 10 start menu.

2.      Tap on Start Menu or click on the search box.

3.      Put “cmd.exe” in the search box without ant quotes.

4.      Here icon previews as Command Prompt.right-Click on the Command Promote icon and hold on, still appear Run as Administrator.

5.      In this process Elevated Command Prompt. your window will appear “bcdedit /set “{current}” bootmenupolicy legacy.”

6.      After entering your command, right-click Enter button on your Keyboard.

7.      Here your command promotes the show.

8.      Exit without putting quotes.

9.      Again Tap enter button on your Keyboard.

10.  Restart your Windows 10 operating system.

On  the Windows 10 boot menu:

If you again want to switch back to the Windows 10 boot menu, then tap on the Start icon or in the search option, input “Cmd.exe” as you have done in previous steps.

1.      Right-click on command prompt and choose the “Run as administrator” option.

2.      Here in command prompt enter “bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy standard” don’t put any quotes.

3.      Tap the enter button on Keyboard again to follow the command to execute.

4.      Close the command prompt window and reboot your operating system.

Second: Use Bootrec

You can also try the bootrec features to enable legacy Windows 7 boot menu into your  Windows 10.

It is the same as fixing Windows 7 boot, but here you can do this using a CD/DVD. Here are the steps to do so.

1.      Insert CD/DVD to boot your Windows 7

2.      choose your language as you like.

3.      Tap on Next.

4.      Choose the operating system Windows 7 from the list shown on your screen.

5.      System Recovery Option appears on your computer screen.

6.      Tap on Command Promote

7.      In the command box type ‘bootrec /fixmbr’ and hit on Enter button.

8.      Input ‘bootrec /fixboot’ and hit the Enter button.

9.      Input ‘bootrec /ScanOs’ and hit the Enter button.

10.  Input ‘bootrec /rebuildBcd’  hit the Enter button.

11.  Remove  Windows 7 installed CD/DVD.

12.  Put  ‘exit,’ Hit the Enter button, and restart your PC.

You can also use some other method to boot menu in Windows 10. if you are done above troubleshooting, this is helpful for you.

Abigail Smith is an inventive person who has been doing intensive research in particular topics and writing blogs and articles on Windows 10 and many other related topics. He is a very knowledgeable person with lots of experience.

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