I recently purchased a new laptop that apparently came preloaded with Vista. When I first tried to start it up, I received an error of some kind, and not knowing anything about Vista, I assumed that it just wasn't installed. So I installed a fresh copy from the disc provided, and then started it up. Not long into the startup, it asked me to choose from two different copies of Windows Vista, so I chose one and started it up. One I had realized that I had two versions installed, I used the disk cleanup tool to remove the windows.old files that were taking up about 10GB of my hard drive. Thinking I would be good to go after that, I restarted only to find that it still asked me which of the two versions I wanted to run. I can only assume that there are some files leftover from the previous version. What I'm wondering is if there is a way to remove that, so that I do not have to choose when I startup, or if I can just set it so that it chooses the correct one without asking. It would be a great convenience if anyone knew the answer, but if not, then it's something I can live with. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,