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    Two bootings. I only need one!

    Hey guys! Anyways, I made a partition. In doing so, everytime I boot up, it makes me CHOOSE what Windows XP installation to run. Like its the black screen and has 2 exactly the same windows xp to run. I only have an installed verson on my main one and want the other one for other files. How can I get rid of the useless boot so it'll just make my computer start up and continue to the welcome screen?

    Thanks!

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    Windows key + Pause > Advanced tab > Startup and Recovery settings, click "Edit".

    Delete the one you don't want. But be careful. Lol.
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    If it's the screen that comes up when you have a dual boot then edit boot.ini in C:\ and change the timeout setting from the standard of 30 seconds to 0.

    That way it will boot straight into the default, and you won't have to delete anything!

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