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It's not looking good for that to be possible, the main work-around of the double install trick is moot now as the very first thing that must be done when the install starts is having to add an activation key for the install to continue.
I can't believe I'm actually agreeing with Jimbo about something :shock: but it is kinda' growing on me too, as is, even without the Windows 7 Windows Explorer added back in, oh well, I guess there's no accounting for taste eh.
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To most people you have the desired boot set-up, a BIOS managed dual-boot but if you want a Windows managed dual-boot the easiest way to achieve that is to use the Windows 7 installation DVD to do 3 separate startup repairs, have a look at the...
Over at our sister site Seven Forums in this thread there was a big confusion about the best way to set the default boot menu to use during PC start-up, I too was a part of this confusion.
I fooled around and found MSCONFIG is still the best, easiest way to set the default boot-menu to use...
When first I tried this I tried from Windows 7 and it would not work, I booted into Windows 8 and it would work from there, if that's listed above in the tutorial I must have missed it.
Thank you very much for all the hard work you put in at these sites.