The problem is that editing the BCD through BCDEDIT.EXE is a pain: it's a command line utility and with plenty of switches and options.
To help make life easier on this matter, the guys at Pro-networks released a small program called VistaBootPro, that brings a GUI to this program.
It runs on Windows Vista and Windows XP Pro (in which case you must have .Net Framework 2.0 installed).
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