|04 Mar 2010||#1|
boot manager issue
I've just recently done a clean install of Windows 7 Professional. I was using windows 7 RC version prior to the install. Now when I start my computer it brings up the boot manager I guess because it detects two operation systems. The RC and professional versions. Right? It asks me to select which operation system I want to use. This is not very important, but it's annoying. I've already cleaned out and re-formatted the hard drive partition that had windows RC on it. But for some reason, the boot manager still asks me to select an operation system. Out of curiosity I rebooted and selected the second Windows 7 option to see what would happen. It immediately said that it couldn't load that operating system because the files are missing. My professional version still works fine. However, I don't want to be prompted with the boot manager every time I turn on or restart the computer. How can I make the computer realize that there is really only one operation system on my computer? Am I making sense?
Any ideas are appreciated, thanks.
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