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29 Jul 2010  
Azuremein

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Barman58 View Post
Type "msconfig.exe" into the start search and run the program presented

One the Boot tab of the application you should see the two start-up choices you are seeing

simply select and delete the entry you do not need
I've actually used msconfig already, but all that shows up is Win7. I used that to delete a previous 3rd option, a dead link to a second Win7 (I still don't fully understand what happened there). I've done the disc clean up and disk clean up and disk defragment but nothings worked, I'm at a loss :'(
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