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How to add more boot option for windows 8 setup after def.

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    How to add more boot option for windows 8 setup after def.


    How to add more boot option for windows 8 setup/installation after default OS (C:, as usual) in its own partition of the same one disk

    Now a partition, lettered E:, is readily prepared to run for windows 8 installation in typical size around 3.3 GB after the extract of the iso file acquired from installation CD


    It'd be nice for a user to just restart windows and run the installation if malware has destroyed his running system.
    Now, how is it to work, as Windows multi boot option on startup here is the only method for launching it ?
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How to add more boot option for windows 8 setup after def.
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