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So, not sure how well this kind of question is going to go over here but why not.
First, the problem I'm having: I have a USB stick with two partitions. The first partition is NTFS, and has a copy of Windows 10 installed onto it via Rufus' Windows To Go installation. The second partition is a small fat16 partition with a copy of the EFI version of BCD. The first partition includes the bootloaders for EFI and MBR bootloaders, as well as the 'sources' folder from a combined Windows installation ISO (so it can install all versions of Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10 in one menu).
Currently, if the system supports booting directly to NTFS, it will boot the bootloader for the NTFS partition and properly the show the menu to either boot windows or the installer and all is well. The problem occurs when the system doesn't support NTFS: It falls back to the fat16 partition, which boots currently and then promptly kicks the bootloader back to the BCD installation on the first drive. Ideally, this would work just fine, except that (even though hibernation is disabled on the system), it says that it can't load hibernation data. Which is odd because it does this before displaying the boot menu, and as said hibernation is disabled on the system.
I have been able to confirm that it can read and execute efi files from the NTFS partition (tested via setting path on the chainloader entry to point to memtest.efi), so it's not that it just can't chainload at all. It just can't seem to chainload another BCD instance. Here's what the error message looks like for reference:
If you hit Enter, it just tries again and fails. Escape seems to boot into the default option, which is booting Windows. Note it doesn't show the boot selection screen.
Things I've tried:
  • Why can't you just keep the EFI bootloader on the fat16 partition?
You can't boot WinPE from another drive in this case, which means I can't dual-boot the installation and installer.
  • Why can't you use Rufus' UEFI;NTFS bootloader?
It doesn't support Secure Boot. Yes, you can disable it and do it, but I generally plan on using this for quick repairs and such on friend-of-friend laptops and such and disabling Secure Boot is annoying. I'd rather see if there's a way to get it working while keeping Secure Boot on.
  • Why are you even doing this?
Because it's amazingly helpful to have a USB stick that can both boot a customized install of Windows 10 for imaging / recovery / HD testing / what have you, and reboot into an installer that supports whatever version of windows is currently installed in case I have to nuke it.
  • But why not just use Windows's regular Windows-to-go? Why do you have to be such a special snowflake?
Because my USB stick isn't set as non-removable, and it's the fastest USB stick around. (Sandisk Extreme 3.0 64gb) I've already been talking to sandisk and they aren't interested in / able to give me the tools to flip that bit in the firmware, and I'm not interested in buying a slower more expensive flash drive that officially supports Windows to go. As a side note, even the 'original' windows to go would have trouble with this because of the aforementioned windows PE restriction. I can't even put the windows installer data on a fat partition because the install.wim file is 9.5 GB (which is surprisingly small considering how many skus of windows it can install...)
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Yes, I downloaded and install WinDBG, configured a network debugging session, and was able to connect. Sadly, I don't know crap about kernel debugging so it apparently stops when trying to send debug information and doesn't even show the error. Here's the full debug log if you want. (If you know more about kernel debugging and want more information just ask)
Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version 10.0.14321.1024 AMD64 Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Using NET for debugging Opened WinSock 2.0 Waiting to reconnect... Connected to target on port 50000 on local IP You can get the target MAC address by running .kdtargetmac command. BD: Boot Debugger Initialized Connected to Windows Boot Debugger 14393 x64 target at (Thu Aug 18 02:03:29.061 2016 (UTC - 2:30)), ptr64 TRUE Kernel Debugger connection established. ************* Symbol Path validation summary ************** Response Time (ms) Location OK B:\Windows Symbols Symbol search path is: B:\Windows Symbols Executable search path is: ReadVirtual() failed in GetXStateConfiguration() first read attempt (error == 0. CS descriptor lookup failed Windows Boot Debugger Kernel Version 14393 UP Free x64 Machine Name: Primary image base = 0x00000000`007eb000 Loaded module list = 0x00000000`009230a0 System Uptime: not available Unable to get program counter WaitForEvent failed Unable to get program counter 0018:2155 0000 add byte ptr [bx+si],al 
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I'm running these tests in VMware workstation at the moment. I know that it exhibits the same behaviors on real hardware however. As said, as this is occurring before boot selection, software versions and such don't matter much beyond "I'm using Windows 10's BCD implementation".
  • Well, about about the full BCD dumps?
Sure thing.
Here's the 'chainloader' BCD file.
Windows Boot Manager -------------------- identifier {bootmgr} device partition=D: path \EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfw.efi description Chainload Boot Manager locale en-US inherit {globalsettings} default {default} displayorder {default} toolsdisplayorder {memdiag} timeout 10 resume No displaybootmenu Yes Windows Boot Loader ------------------- identifier {default} device partition=C: path \EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgr.efi description Chainloader locale en-US bootmenupolicy Standard 
And here's the 'real' BCD file.
Windows Boot Manager -------------------- identifier {bootmgr} device partition=C: path \EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfw.efi description Windows Boot Manager locale en-US inherit {globalsettings} default {default} resumeobject {529ab84b-6449-11e6-92cc-0002c94fbd60} displayorder {default} {3aacf4be-64e9-11e6-b903-000c29995498} toolsdisplayorder {memdiag} timeout 10 displaybootmenu Yes Windows Boot Loader ------------------- identifier {default} device partition=C: path \Windows\system32\winload.efi description Windows 10 locale en-US inherit {bootloadersettings} bootdebug Yes isolatedcontext Yes allowedinmemorysettings 0x15000075 osdevice partition=C: systemroot \Windows resumeobject {529ab84b-6449-11e6-92cc-0002c94fbd60} nx OptIn pae Default bootmenupolicy Standard Windows Boot Loader ------------------- identifier {3aacf4be-64e9-11e6-b903-000c29995498} device ramdisk=[boot]\sources\boot.wim,{3a977f4b-64e9-11e6-b903-000c29995498} path \Windows\System32\Boot\winload.exe description Windows Installer locale en-US osdevice ramdisk=[boot]\sources\boot.wim,{3a977f4b-64e9-11e6-b903-000c29995498} systemroot \Windows detecthal Yes winpe Yes 
So yeah. I know this was comically long, but I tried to detail what I'm doing as much as I can without adding details that probably aren't needed like software installed on windows. (it's windows 10 with easyBCD and nothing else.) If there's any information anyone needs to try and figure out how to solve my problem, assuming it's solvaBLE (and at this point I wouldn't be surprised if bootmgr.efi accesses specific memory addresses and so can't be chainloaded at all), I'll gladly provide.
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Mid-install of Fedora 19 to dual boot w/ Win 7 and have a question (hopefully to avoid boot loader headaches)

A quick background of my setup:
  • Dell XPS19 that I just installed an upgraded 120GB mSATA drive, and also has a 2nd 500GB HDD. I'll call them Disk 1 and 2, respectively.
  • Installed Windows 7 on disk 1 using the entire space.
  • Created 2 partitions on disk 2, one 45GB for Fedora and the rest for file storage.
  • Formatted the file storage partition to NTFS, and left the 45GB Fedora partition raw.
Most instructions are pretty straight forward when installing Fedora onto a single drive where Windows already resides, but I'm getting tripped up with windows being on a separate drive. I think I have it mostly right, but I'd feel a lot better if it was confirmed.
  1. From the installation page, I click on Installation Destination.
  2. In Installation Destination window, I select both disks (since I want the bootloader installed on disk 1 and the rest installed on disk 2) and Click Full disk summary and bootloader...
  3. Next select disk 1 (windows install disk) and click Set as Boot Device and Close and Done.
  4. At this point an Installation Options window appears stating that I don't have enough space (since both formatted partitions are NTFS). Since I want to install on the raw partition though, I should choose Custom partitioning, correct?
  5. From the manual partitioning screen I have two options on the left, New Fedora 19 install and Unknown. Under unknown there are 4 options: sdb1 (disk 1), sda1 (disk 2 100mb system partition), sda2 (disk 2, raw partition) and sda3 (disk 2, 430GB file storage).
Here's where I get a bit confused. I would assume to click on sda2 and create a new mountpoint, but I don't think that's exactly the same as a partition. Or it is a partition, but is meant to individually create the /boot, root, swap, etc partitions. I can do this, and the help section has recommended sizes for each. But would creating a /boot section then bypass setting up step #3 from above?
From this post #2, stoat says to "install Fedora's GRUB boot loader in the first sector of the boot partition". But a reply says to boot into windows after and use EasyBCD to wrap things up. However, I was under the impression that Fedora would manage this as long as I installed windows first. But I think that gets tossed out the window when doing manual partitioning.
So I guess this is where I'm at. This is my first ever experience with Fedora, and Linux, so all these partitions, file system types, etc are just confusing the [email protected]@ out of me. Any help is greatly appreciated!
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