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Thread: [RESOLVED] Upgrade to Win-10 20H2 Appears to Have Changed BCD

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    Resolved [RESOLVED] Upgrade to Win-10 20H2 Appears to Have Changed BCD

    Just upgraded to Win-10 20H2 two days ago. Now when I reboot I get (what appears to be a BCD change) two choices.
    (1) Window 10
    (2) Rollback

    Anyone experienced this?

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    Re: Upgrade to Win-10 20H2 Appears to Have Changed BCD

    Can you give a photo showing the problem? I canít understand what your problem is. Windows stopped loading? If so, try restoring the system. If there are problems with the deleted files, then you can recover with the help of Uneraser. Your situation is common.
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    Re: Upgrade to Win-10 20H2 Appears to Have Changed BCD

    BCD = Boot Configuration Data

    Might read through this:

    How to Rebuild the BCD in Windows
    https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-rebu...indows-2624508
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    Re: Upgrade to Win-10 20H2 Appears to Have Changed BCD

    Thanks both for responding.
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    Steve R Jones
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    Thanks for the link, and somewhat familiar with the BCD.
    Appears that just the text notification (command button captions) changed
    so far I can tell. Post was to see if anyone else had noticed this.
    Will leave thread open for a bit longer than close.

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    Re: Upgrade to Win-10 20H2 Appears to Have Changed BCD

    Just closing thread.

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