While the computer is booting, you do not just use the bootmanager BootStar to select an operating system (or a partition) but rather an entire bootprofile. This bootprofile contains the following settings:
You may mark up to four of the fifteen primary partitions as "visible." The remainder will be "truly" hidden.
You may choose which of the visible partitions should be booted. In this case, it is unimportant which harddisk contains this partition. It is also possible to boot from disk as an alternative. (An additional option is to change to booting from disk while the computer is already going through the booting process.)
Order of the visible partitions:
You may change the order of the partitions. This may be used to influence the drive designation (e.g.: "C:").
You may write up to 16 automated keys into the keyboard buffer. This may be used, for example, to control subsequent bootmanager such as LILO or NTLoader.
You may indicate the following separate entries for each bootprofile: