Backup and Restore BCD file in Windows 10

Jan 29th 2018 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Windows 10 | 0 Comment

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If the Boot Configuration Data or BCD file is either corrupted or deleted accidentally, Windows will fail to boot properly. In such cases, any task that involves some change or modifications in the bootloader settings should be done with utmost caution. You can always create a backup copy of the BCD file to restore the original BCD registry file in case it gets corrupted or erased and there is an easy way to do that – through the command line interface or Command Prompt. But before you get to the instructions on how to do it, let’s cover a bit of some detail.

The BCD storage is a special binary file with the name BCD which is located in the BOOT directory of the active partition. And the one that’s designed to load the system in accordance with the existing configuration is the boot manager which is located in the special storage known as Boot Configuration Data or BCD for short. The boot manager or “bootmgr” is the one who loads the core of Windows operating system installed in the computer in line with the loading into the BCD storage.

To backup and restore the BCD file in Windows 10 using the Command Prompt, follow the given steps below.

Step 1: Open an elevated Command Prompt and type in this command – bcdedit /export f:\01.bcd

Step 2: After you enter the command, it will create a backup of your BCD file which is named as “01.bcd” on the D drive of your computer – which is why you have to select the Drive letter as well as the name for your BCD file appropriately.

Step 3: After you complete that, you will be notified of the successful completion of the process.

Step 4: Restoring the BCD file is also done in the same manner. Just simply use the command with the /import parameter – bcdedit /import f:\01.bcd

And that’s about it.

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