Win 8 1 Loader
In particular, this message indicates that Startup Repair was unable to find the correct BOOTMGR bootloader at the expected location(s). While the usual fix for a missing bootloader is to run Startup Repair, in this case, Startup Repair is unable to correct the problem for one or more reasons.
Win 8 1 loader
This brief tutorial will teach you how to install and configure ionCube loaders on Microsoft Windows Server. The evaluation copy of PHPKB knowledge base software has encoded source code and it requires ionCube loaders to be installed on the webserver where it is to be tested. You can get the loaders from the ionCube website.
You can download the ionCube Loader for Microsoft Windows as a Zip archive (or use other available options) and unzip it on your server. Alternatively, if you wish then you may download & configure the loader manually depending upon Operating System and PHP version.
Now, open it in your web browser (for example, -wizard.php). This web page will analyze your webserver and produce a tailored set of installation instructions as shown below and follow them carefully to configure the loader with the PHP version you have installed on your server.
Such a limitation is not enforced by the Linux kernel, but can depend on which boot loader is used and/or how the boot loader is configured. The Windows limitation should be considered if the user wishes to boot Windows and Linux from the same disk, since installation procedure of boot loader depends on the firmware type and disk partitioning configuration. In case where Windows and Linux dual boot from the same disk, it is advisable to follow the method used by Windows, ie. either go for UEFI/GPT boot or BIOS/MBR boot. See for more information.
Most of the linux bootloaders installed for one firmware type cannot launch or chainload bootloaders of the other firmware type. That is, if Arch is installed in UEFI/GPT or UEFI/MBR mode in one disk and Windows is installed in BIOS/MBR mode in another disk, the UEFI bootloader used by Arch cannot chainload the BIOS installed Windows in the other disk. Similarly if Arch is installed in BIOS/MBR or BIOS/GPT mode in one disk and Windows is installed in UEFI/GPT in another disk , the BIOS bootloader used by Arch cannot chainload UEFI installed Windows in the other disk.
The only exceptions to this are GRUB in Apple Macs in which GRUB in UEFI mode can boot BIOS installed OS via appleloader command (does not work in non-Apple systems), and rEFInd which technically supports booting legacy BIOS OS from UEFI systems, but does not always work in non-Apple UEFI systems as per its author Rod Smith.
However if Arch is installed in BIOS/GPT in one disk and Windows is installed in BIOS/MBR mode in another disk, then the BIOS boot loader used by Arch CAN boot the Windows in the other disk, if the boot loader itself has the ability to chainload from another disk.
The recommended way to setup a Linux/Windows dual booting system is to first install Windows, only using part of the disk for its partitions. When you have finished the Windows setup, boot into the Linux install environment where you can create and resize partitions for Linux while leaving the existing Windows partitions untouched. The Windows installation will create the EFI system partition which can be used by your Linux boot loader.
This section explains how to : install a linux bootloader on a partition instead of the MBR ; copy this bootloader to a partition readable by the windows bootloader ; use the windows bootloader to start said copy of the linux bootloader.
You can then proceed with partitioning, depending on your needs. The boot loader needs to support chainloading other EFI applications to dual boot Windows and Linux. An additional EFI system partition should not be created, as it may prevent Windows from booting.
The following assumes GRUB is used as a boot loader (although the process is likely similar for other boot loaders) and that Windows 10 will be installed on a GPT block device with an existing EFI system partition (see the "System partition" section in the Microsoft documentation for more information).
By convention (and for ease of installation), Windows is usually installed on the first partition and installs its partition table and reference to its bootloader to the first sector of that partition. If you accidentally install a bootloader like GRUB to the Windows partition or damage the boot record in some other way, you will need to use a utility to repair it. Microsoft includes a boot sector fix utility FIXBOOT and an MBR fix utility called FIXMBR on their recovery discs, or sometimes on their install discs. Using this method, you can fix the reference on the boot sector of the first partition to the bootloader file and fix the reference on the MBR to the first partition, respectively. After doing this you will have to reinstall GRUB to the MBR as was originally intended (that is, the GRUB bootloader can be assigned to chainload the Windows bootloader).
Windows 8.1 loader activator is a Microsoft PC operating system that was released and generally available in October 2013, only a year after the release of its predecessor, Windows 8. Reason for this is that Windows 8.1 attempted to fix certain issues that users of Windows 8 were complaining about. Some of the most notable improvements include restoration of a visible Start button on the taskbar, a Bing-powered unified search system, the introduction of Internet Explorer, tighter OneDrive integration, additional bundled apps, and an improved Start screen. Furthermore, Windows 8.1 provided support for some of developing technologies like 3D printing and high-resolution displays. Despite its expanded functionality being praised by critics, it is still a moderately rear operating system that is used only by about 7% of PCs using Windows.
In addition, DAZ has already presented several Microsoft Windows loaders for Windows 7 and Windows 8 versions. All of them proved to be a major success. For this reason, DAZ decided to provide the latest version of Windows 8.1 loader. Please note that this Windows 8.1 loader is completely updated and can be used on all Windows 8.1 editions and for both the 32-bit and 64-bit version.
Download driver file first. For WinXp,Vista,Win7,Download the file (usb_driver_v3.5.zip) from here . For Win8 Download the file(usb_driver_v3.7.zip) from here. shut down the Radxa Rock board then connect the Radxa Rock board to the computer and let the board go to loader mode. After your computer should detect the board and you will see an unknown device within device manager.
This happens at upgrading bootloader, if you need to upgrade the bootloader or the update.img contains a new bootloader, you probably will meet this. The rock is "bricked". Follow this unbrick instructions to unbrick it.
Rockchip has provided tools for upgrading within Linux (closed source) since Android 4.4. It's called upgrade_tool.It supports update.img, parameter, bootloader and other partitions, and it's command line based.
rkflashkit is an open source GUI version flashing tool for rockchip devices. It can not flash bootloader or parameter, only supports kernel and other partitions, but it supports backup the partitions.
For developers:The initial RE work of the Rockchip bootloader updating protocol is by naobsd and has been improved by some in rkflashtool. linuxerwang has made a GUI version of the rkflashtool called rkflashkit. Please note: both rkflashtool and rkflashkit can not flash the rock/update.img and can only flash within rock/bootloader mode and not rock/mask rom mode because the rock/mask rom updating protocol is not RE yet. If you are interested in the RE protocol ping naobsd at #radxa on IRC. Since the rock/bootloader has remained unchanged for a long time it's enough for normal usage. If you don't know what this means, just ignore it.
If you switched to Windows 10 from Windows 7, you probably noticed the new bootloader of Windows 10. It looks completely different, acts completely different and performs an additional reboot every time you select Windows 7 in the boot menu if you have it in a dual boot configuration. Here is how to avoid the additional reboot and get rid of the new boot manager of Windows 10. In this article we will enable the legacy Windows 7-like boot menu in Windows 10. Instead of the fancy new graphical bootloader, you can enable the classic text-based boot loader which shows a list of bootable OSes. Follow these simple instructions to switch the new bootloader to classic mode.
As for the ionCube loader, this is free for anyone to download and install on their server. There are various different versions of ionCube loader available, each one designed for a specific system (Linux, Windows, macOS etc.), and 32-bit or 64-bit architectures.
There are different versions of the ionCube loader available for download. These are listed by platform and release date to make it easier to choose the right version relevant to your particular system.
As you can see, our particular server is Linux-based and the x86_64 refers to a 64-bit system. So the ionCube loader we should download is the Linux 64 bits tar.gz archive. Make sure you download the ionCube loader archive relevant to your system.
Here I am interested in restoring access from Fedora boot loader to my Windows 10 installation. (I had a Linux Mint in place of Fedora, and Mint had access to Windows but not to Solus. I have thought that replacing Mint with Fedora would fix the problem: it did not, it added a new one.)
The tool gives a structured view of Windows BCD store with its explorer like interface and allows easy editing of all BCD objects and elements by novice or advanced users. The user can create, delete or edit every object like boot manager, loader or setting, add and remove elements with simple selections and clicks. See short introduction to BCD objects and elements.