What is the name of the windows boot loader program?
the loader of practically all computers EXCEPT MAC is dos. for mac it is lunix(unix)
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NTLoader. NTLDR. A: The boot loader program for windows NT/2000/XP, is Ntldr or Io.sys. .
To change the contents of the boot loader menu in Windows XP, one must edit the boot.ini file.
A Mac will start from BootROM which passes control to either the BootX (PowerPC) or boot.efi (Intel) boot loader.
In order to answer the question, one would need to know for which operating system the "bootstrap loader" or boot loader is intended. There have been many boot loaders since e…lectronic computers capable of running stored programs were first developed. Some of the earliest bootstrap loaders had no name at all; they were merely a list of steps one would execute to flip switches on the front panel of a computer to enter a rudimentary set of instructions that would allow the computer to finish loading its operating program from a paper tape reader or stack of punched cards. One popular boot loader used with Linux systems today is called GRUB, which stands for "Grand Unified Boot Loader".
Bootloaders are pieces of software that are responsible for helpingto load the operating system into memory during boot time.
ntldr its the NT loader and NT means new technology. or Winload.exe and it is located in C:\Windows\System32 A+ Guide to software page 300
VISTA loader called bootmgr, a "BOOTMANAGER"
Yes, I would suggest installing Linux last, makes it so you don't have to reinstall grub/grub2/lilo
The name of the Windows Vista boot loader program is WinLoader.exe and it located in C:Windows\System32 P766
Nothing was techinically "replaced", but they booted in phases rather than specific files. This lead to adding bootmgr (Windows Boot Manager) which reads a registry type file… that was not used in Windows XP.
In Microsoft Windows
Yes you can. Ubuntu's WUBI uses the Windows bootloader (NTLDR) to boot Linux. It also uses the Windows filesystem (NTFS). This, however, is not the traditional way to do thing…s. The traditional way to dual-boot Linux and Windows is to use a generic bootloader such as Grub to boot both Windows and Linux.
In Windows 7
Following are the boot loader features of windows 7: a) Windows Boot Manager(Bootmgr.exe) b) Windows Operating System loader c) Windows Resume Loader
In Windows XP
In Windows 7
the name of windows 7 boot ladder program is WinLoad.exe and it islocated in C:\Windows\System32
In Windows 7