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How can I change the label "Earlier Version of Windows" in a triple-boot environment?  I have WinXP Pro, Vista & Windows 7?
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Check out this site. It is explained towards the bottom.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa468626.aspx
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 simple change boot.ini carefully in ur first os on ur primary drive or use the informtion given in article provided in above expert comment.

Both will do although i have not tried for windows 7 yet, therefore carefully editing of Boot Configuration Data.

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