System Selector after system start showing the user created boot menu.
screen shot shows System Selector after system start displaying a boot menu created by
the user. System Selector supports a number of boot options, including
booting operating systems from any primary or logical partition on any
disk (as long as the concerning operating system supports this as
well), booting from floppy drives, LS-120 drives, ZIP drives with IDE
(ATAPI) interface, booting other boot loaders from files (including
MBR copies in files) and restarting and powering the PC off.
As you can see you can invoke the System Selector configuration
program directly from the boot menu via the button "Setup" (this can be protected with a
setup password). So you don't need to boot into any operating system
just to change the configuration or the entries of the boot menu.
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Last Change: 05/31/00