Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Now i have installed sp3 for windows xp home edition at startup i'm asked which one i want to boot from 1 works and the other one does not can i get rid of the bootup that does not work thanks
If you're booting into a particular operating system which has another partition
optionally boot into:
When your system is fully loaded you click START.....RUN.....then type msconfig
and click OK. Click BOOT.INI and under "operating systems" view the order they
appear in and if the one you want to load on boot is listed second......highlight the
first one and click "move down". Next reboot the machine to view the change you've
made. Conceptual View
If you would like to delete a boot partition you'll need to right click MY COMPUTER
.....then click PROPERTIES in order to view System Properties. Click the ADVANCED
tab then under STARTUP AND RECOVERY click SETTINGS. This window will open:
Click the EDIT button and the boot configuration window will open in NotePad.
Highlight the partition you would like removed and press delete. Be very sure
to choose the correct partition because you can lose all of your data if incorrect.
When you reboot you will notice the deleted partition is no longer listed.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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