Solution to the problem of Win7 system startup
First of all how I installed Win7, I did not use the CD-ROM installation, because I do not have the tools to carve the disc. I use PE to install Win7 on the recommendation of my classmates. The method is as follows:
1 Install PE under XP, then reboot the computer, choose to start from PE, run Virtual CD-ROM from the boot system, then install Win7;
2 after the installation, the C disk 7777 directory deleted, this directory is the directory of PE, direct deletion can be;
The problems encountered are:
1 Every time I boot up, there is a startup item PE, I found a lot of methods on the Internet, one of the methods is to use bcdedit can manage win7 Startup items, you can use Bcdedit to remove redundant startup items; I used it to successfully delete the WINDOWXP startup entry; Bcdedit inside there is no content about PE, this is no way to delete;
2) I think: bcdedit can not find the start of PE, will be in other files inside the configuration. Decisive open boot.ini found inside have PE related settings, delete. Reboot the system, there is no PE boot;
3) Summary: Win7 do not use the Boot.ini to boot the series, but in the Boot.ini set the Startup items, will also affect the start of the Win7. Do not build righteousness everyone uses my way to install Win7, the establishment uses the CD-ROM to install, first will delete the C disk data, this installs Win7 the cleanest, if does not delete first xp,c disk to be able to bequeath many XP files.