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jmarin

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i formated my pc to remove a virus. Yesterday i asked for help in your forum and you told me to download the windows recovery console. It hasnt been removed from my pc and i want to remove it cause when the pc boots it asks me to choose if to boot windows or the recovery console and this takes time. I want it to start windows automatically. If you cant help me remove it please tell me how to reduce the bootloader time!!!
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wannabe1

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Hello jmarin...

Removing the boot time prompt will require editing the boot.ini file.

Right click on My Computer and choose "Properties". Click on the "Advanced" tab. In the Startup and Recovery area, click the "Settings" button. In the window that opens, click on the "Edit" button...a notepad window will open (boot.ini). Copy the contents of that window and paste it here for us.

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hello!!

thanks for the help, but i think i did it. i deleted the windows recovery console from the boot.ini
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