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    Problem with removing dual boot

    Hi,
    I am stuck with the problem of dual boot of 2000 server OS. I was having dual boot machine XP on C: + 2000 server on D:
    I installed 2000 server on C: with proper formatting of XP. Then I formatted D: means 2000 Server earlier. Now when system reboots it shows me dual boot, both for 2000 server. How to remove one option (that is earlier 2000 server OS) from there?

    Thanks,
    qadragon@rediffmail.com

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    Junior Member Mr BunglE's Avatar
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    ok... as in other case this works....MY pc-->properties-->advanced (tab)--->the last one.. the name??...wait..---->Startup and recovery-Settings-->and it shows ... "EDIT" button click on

    then will appear ta windows...with ur both boot options...delete one the second or first depending of the partition... dont delete the one u use ejeje
    Last edited by Mr BunglE; March 28th, 2005 at 16:05 PM.

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