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How to delete other bootable options?

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Okay, so when I start up my PC, there is 4 different ways of booting it, like one is Earlier Version Of Windows (Doesn't work), then another one is Windows Vista (Works), and another one is Windows Vista (Again, i dont know why, but that works too.) and the other one is Windows Command Prompt (Doesn't work), so...I am wondering how I can delete all those options so that my PC just starts up as Windows Vista without having to press Enter to select one? So, if anybody knows how, please explain how to.


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Right click My computer >> Advanced >> Startup and Recovery >> Settings >> check Time to display list of operating system >> set to 0.

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