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Remove XP entry from boot menu????

Discussion in 'Windows - General discussion' started by NatmanH, Jan 6, 2008.

  1. NatmanH

    NatmanH Guest

    I recently had vista and xp running as a dual boot - VISTA=C:/ XP=D:/(on a pre-installed Vista). I have now removed XP from D:/ but in the boot menu whenever i restart my computer the XP entry is still there. How can i remove the XP entry from the boot menu?
     
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  3. seb32

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    In XP you can follow these instructions:

    Control Panel > System > Advanced > Startup and Recovery (Settings) > System Startup (Edit)

    then just delete the line with Windows XP. I think it's similar in Vista, not sure.
     

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