Diskpart is a command-line disk partitioning utility that allows you to manage disk partitions and set boot disk flags. This can be used to create or delete partitions, set active partition flags, and format disks. It is included with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10, and can be used to manage disks on any version of Windows.
When setting a boot disk flag, there are a few steps that need to be taken. First, you need to launch Diskpart. Open a command prompt and type “diskpart”. You will then be prompted to enter a command. Type “list disk” to view a list of available disks. Select the disk you want to set the flag on by typing “select disk #”.
The next step is to set the active partition flag. Type “list partition”, and then select the desired partition by typing “select partition #”. To set the active partition flag, type “active”. This will set the flag on the selected partition.
Now that the active partition flag has been set, you can set the boot disk flag. Type “list volume” to view a list of available volumes. Select the desired volume by typing “select volume #”. To set the boot disk flag, type “set id=80”. This will set the boot disk flag on the selected volume.
After the boot disk flag has been set, you can boot from the desired disk. To do this, type “exit” to exit Diskpart, and then reboot your machine. The selected disk will be the default boot disk.
Diskpart is a powerful utility for managing disks and partitions on Windows computers. It can be used to set boot disk flags and active partition flags, and is included with all versions of Windows. By following the steps outlined above, you can easily set a boot disk flag with Diskpart.