If I may, this is not "perfect":
CurrentControlSet is normally a "hardlink" to either ControlSet001 or ControlSet002, so one of the lines is normally redundant.
These two lines will yeld the same result as the previous three ones:
Point is that there may be more than two controlsets.
Ideally a check should be made on key:
and select the actual xyz
based on contents of values Current, Default and LastknownGood.
Also, it should be added that one needs to shutdown the Windows 7 immediately after having modified the mentioned key.
Some other considerations in no apparent order.....
Another point that IMHO you should make clearer is that this approach ONLY works for those "from scratch" installs of Windows 7 that create the "protected" 100 Mb partition (where BOOTMGR and the \boot\BCD are) since there are not particularly complex "added operations" for a more "traditional" install, you may want to add a point explaining these needed operations.
There is no actual "need" that the Windows 7 partition (BOTH "Win1" and "Win2") is a Primary (if the 100 Mb protected partition is used).
There is no actual *need* to image the whole 100 Mb partition, you could add instructions to create a "boot floppy":http://www.multiboot....uk/floppy.html
(such an image, if stored on external device, such as USB stick or HD, can be mounted and booted by grub4dos allright)
or, if Primary partitions are used, copy anyway the BOOTMGR and \boot\BCD inside the "Win1" and "Win2" partitions, this way in case of problems you only need to make the "Win1" or "Win2" partition the Active one.
Finally (and IMHO) EasyBCD is not the "best" tool to simply add an entry to the BCD, there are simpler tools:http://reboot.pro/7476/
on 32 bit, I find this:http://reboot.pro/10003/
the straighter one, but also Bellavista (both 32 and 64 bit exist):http://www.zezula.ne...bellavista.html
and BOOTICE (cannot say if 64 bit working) could be a nice tool to use as it has many more useful features, very handy when doing this kind of mods, latest version is here:http://www.ipauly.co...bootice_0.9.rar
Keep up the good work!