Removing "Windows Boot Manager"

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  1. scmp

    scmp New Member

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    Hello Guys,
    I want to remove the "windows boot manager" on my HD that is installed with Windows 7, or do not want that screen when I start the computer and there is the option to choose which system to boot. I have only Windows 7 installed on your computer.
    Thanks, Samuel
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  2. RAK

    RAK Extraordinary Member

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    Two easy ways:
    1.Open msconfig and look under the "Boot" tab. Select the OS you do not want and delete it
    2. Control Panel (Icon view). - System - Advanced system Settings (Over on the left) - Advanced tab - Startup and recovery (settings) Time to display = 0
     
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    RAK Extraordinary Member

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    Must be some reason for the link?

    The answer is freely available on many sites. I assumed you wanted it here.
     
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    Just wanted to add the option of the image, no offense to you and the forum.
     
  6. RAK

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    No big deal ,scmp. I just felt momentarily, I had been wasting writing space - lol.
     

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