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Drumbum667

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When i load up my computer i get options to boot into XP or Vista, but Vista is there twice. Is there a way to clean that up so it only shows one of the Vista boot options.
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Hi Drumbum667,

The following article should provide you the answers you require :-

http://www.microsoft...719d4af778.mspx

Hope that helps.

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Its a lil too complicated so can u or someone else just tell me easily how to do it.
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Unfortunately no not easily, you will still have to use the same commands.
And without access to your PC it would be problematic at the very least (although someone might have a go)....

Microsoft have changed the boot method so that you have to use the command line to change things.

Until someone creates a third-party tool you'll have to do it as that article dictates.

Sorry.

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I have access to my pc im just saying its annoying having two vista selections. Can someone tell me the commands atleast so i dont have to read the whole lot.
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I have access to my pc im just saying its annoying having two vista selections. Can someone tell me the commands atleast so i dont have to read the whole lot.
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Don't be lazy and read.
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I need a lot of help. I read about half and then i just plain could not understand anything. I dont get any of it. Any help would be appreciated.
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