Open Master Boot Record

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You may load the content of the master boot record in its entirety from a previously created binary file (*.bms). (This file should have been created during installation.)


In this case, you should make sure that the master boot record contains the bootstrap as well as the partition table and is written in its entirety from the partition table to the file of the master boot record. Loading an outdated or invalid partition table can result in the loss of partitions.


It rarely serves any purpose to load a master boot record. Should the restoration of the bootstrap be absolutely necessary, the following process might be helpful:

Save partition table to file (*.bmt).
Open master boot record.
Open partition table from the file generated above (*.bmt).



See also:

Save Master Boot Record

Partition Table

Open Partition table

Save Partition table

Build Emergency Disk