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Osl2000 Boot Manager Keygen Free

OSL2000 is an advanced multi boot manager application which will help you install, boot and manage up to 100 independent operating systems on a single PC.OSL2000 Boot Manager can be installed in less than a minute. The Windows installer now creates a complete emergency disk for easy uninstall. The boot menu recognizes all partitions and automatically configures itself during every boot. OSL2000 Boot Manager can boot Windows even from the second hard disk. Supports DOS, Windows (all), Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD, and most others operating systems. The only boot manager that comes with a excellent HTML based documentation.

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Every time you turn on your computer, its as if its the first time your computer has ever been turned on since there are no instructions or data in memory. This allows for multiple boots to allow different operating systems to be loaded and used on the same computer. For example, Macs allow users to run OS X, Windows, and Linux using the Boot Camp boot manager that comes as a OS X utility.

However, it did "something" that makes the UEFI firmware immediately select the Windows Boot Manager rather than GRUB on power-up. The only way to boot Linux now is to use the BIOS boot manager (F11 on my BIOS) and select the GRUB boot loader manually.The UEFI BIOS knows that there are multiple bootable installs on the UEFI partition, because I can choose between them in the boot manager.However, when I'm in the setup menu in the UEFI BIOS, it just lets me choose "UEFI boot my internal drive" in the boot priority selection -- it doesn't let me choose which particular boot loader on that partition to use. And, by default, it chooses Windows, not GRUB.

The internets (and this site) suggests that the old way to fix this is to run update-grub (so GRUB recognizes Windows) and then grub-install (to put GRUB back on the device.) I have done this, but unfortunately, it still has the behavior as described above, where the BIOS by default chooses Windows Boot Manager. (update-grub does find the Windows Boot Manager install, and adds that to the menu, and that menu item works when I manually choose the GRUB partition in the UEFI boot manager.)

Windows XP includes a utility to let you do this, but I've always found third-party 'boot managers' much easier to use, especially since most provide a graphic interface for their initial configuration, rather than making you manually edit text files to hide any OS partitions that you don't want to boot from and give names to those you do.

The Acronis OS Selector ( is part of the Acronis Disk Director Suite that also includes the Partition Expert (similar to Partition Magic), Disk Editor and Recovery Expert, and costs a reasonable $49.99. Terabyte Unlimited's Boot It Next Generation ( also includes a partition manager, plus partition imaging capability, and costs just $34.95. These are both good options but if, like me, you've already got partition-management utilities and just want a boot manager, Star-Tools' Bootstar ( costs just $25 and can be recommended for its advanced partition-hiding features. Although I've never personally suffered from a virus attack that crossed from an active Windows partition connected to the Internet to another hidden (inactive) one, Bootstar incorporates 'true' hiding that deletes entries from the MBR partition table, so that they appear as unformatted space. This also means that you'll never suffer from the 'linked clone' problem I discussed in the PC Musician feature in SOS February 2005, when one Windows instance won't boot up without another being visible. It does, however, also mean that while Bootstar is installed you can't use partitioning utilities such as FDisk or Partition Magic, nor imaging utilities such as Norton's Ghost, although you can temporarily deactivate Bootstar to circumvent this.

With a simple yet informative graphic interface, GAG is one of the easiest and cheapest boot managers around.I finally decided on the GAG Graphical Boot Manager ( ), which also installs itself directly in the first track of your hard drive and thus requires no partition of its own. It can also boot up to nine different operating systems (perfectly adequate for most users). But what particularly appealed to me was that it can be run from a floppy disk without installing itself on your hard drive, which means that you can try it out easily without worrying about permanent changes. To do this from Windows you just double-click on the file named install_XP.cmd and have a floppy disk handy. GAG will create a bootable disk containing the utility. You can also create such a floppy disk from the DOS, Linux/Unix or OS/2 operating systems, while those without floppy drives can instead create a bootable CD-ROM.


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