dual boot

  bpzoom 19:26 19 Oct 06

How do you get rid of a second boot option? I ran two Windows XP, one on Partition C: on drive 1, and another on partition D: on drive 2. I want to get rid of the D: system. I have deleted the windows folder on D:, but expect I need to delete something else to avoid the invitation during boot to choose one of the systems

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 19:52 19 Oct 06

Start - run - type msconfig press ok

boot.ini tab click button check paths

ths will delete the path to the system on D:

next time you boot there will be no choice it will boot straight to windows on C: drive

  Pine Man 19:53 19 Oct 06

Set a restore point first.

Go to System Properties and select the 'Advanced' tab.

Select 'Startup Recovery' Settings.

Click on 'Edit' and remove the reference to the second boot option.

Reboot et voila!

  Pine Man 19:53 19 Oct 06

Or as Fruit Bat /\0/\ says!!

  bpzoom 19:55 19 Oct 06

Thanks very much for the advice, I am grateful.

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