You will need
  • - administrator rights.
Start the Notepad application. This app you can find via the start menu" under "Standard program", or create a text file by clicking on the desktop, right-click and clicking on "Create". Next, select "Text file". Opens the Notepad application. This software is by default installed on your PC along with the operating system.
Save the new text file as an. ini file to set an appropriate extension. File name specify, on the basis of its purpose. The file to load operating system is usually called boot.ini and is located in the root of drive "C". Make your row settings of the file configuration. In the [boot loader] section, specify values for the timeout (the waiting time of the user's choice), default (system default), redirect (the port name) and redirectbaudrate (port speed).
In the [operating systems] section list information about the installed systems, and where their folder. Specify the number of the boot hard disk of the system and the partition number of the hard drive. All information will be at your discretion. Such data can be viewed by going to the tab "My computer". Right click and select "Properties". Here you can view all the system parameters.
To make changes to the file configuration is also possible using the standard tools of Windows. To do this go to properties of "My computer", click the "Download" and "Recovery". Next, find the "Loading operating system". Click on the "edit" button. Here you can make changes into the files configuration, and create your own. Also do not forget that similar files can disrupt your entire operating system if not used properly.
Also you can just in a text editor to write a file configuration. For example, the file configuratii of Windows operating system namely win.ini contains strings such as
; for 16-bit app support
[mci extensions]
[MCI Extensions.BAK]the following are a list of all formats that are playable using standard media player. You can write your own configuration, and can edit existing ones.