Bcdedit.exe /set increaseuserva 3072

Administrative privileges are required to use BCDEdit to modify BCD. GUID that is bcdedit.exe /set increaseuserva 3072 with the boot entry. The following list shows some useful datatypes and their associated values. This log is stored in the Ntbtlog.

It includes a list of loaded and unloaded drivers in text format. Defines the type of boot menu the system will use. 1, Windows 8 and Windows RT the default is Standard. The computer will fail over to the Windows recovery environment on reboot.