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    Problem With Windows

    I have 2x80 gig seagate hard drives. Just formatted a c drive (my windows one) and it has installed the os to both drives. So i formatted the d drive which is my backup drive. When i boot up i am asked which drive i want to boot into even though windows is no longer on the d drive. How do i stop this.

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    I assume you mean that when you boot up, you have a list of OSs, and only want to (can) use one. I'm doing this on Windows 2000, I assume (hope) its the same on whatever OS you use:

    1. Go to the control panel
    2. Go to System
    3. Click on the Advanced tab
    4. Click on Startup and Recovery...
    5. Deselect the check box for displaying a list of operating systems

    Hope this helps.
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