Join Steve Fullmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Boot process management, part of Introduction to Windows 7.
- We've been looking at the different elements that…effect our decision regarding the edition or version…of Windows 7 that you select, the hardware requirements…and then the installation process options…and how that really effects what you might do…in terms of building partitions.…We mentioned the new boot process in Windows 7.…Let's take a deeper dive down that particular rabbit hole,…so that you could understand the components…just a little bit better.…Just as another refresher, these are the files…or components and the effective boot sequence…followed for Microsoft Windows XP,…with which most of you are probably familiar.…
So, we have the NT loader.…Again, if it's not present "NTLDR not found"…and we don't load the operating system,…which looks at BOOT.INI,…which then loads into RAM NTDETECT…to look at the hardware associated with the system…and potential BOOTSECT.DOS if I have multiple…boot scenarios etc. through the load of the kernel.…After we load the kernel, the kernel stays in place.…There's a bit of a difference here in Windows 7.…
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2. The Basics
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