I've installed Win 7 on my D drive, with Win XP still on C, with the idea of having a dual boot system. Due to installation problems, I now show the XP boot choice, and 3 Win 7 boot choices, with only the most recent valid. How do I purge the bad choices?

Boot.INI doesn't appear to be relevant.

Win 7 utility boot rewriter program to repoint boot to ntldr will wipe out all pointers to WIN 7 for booting, but comes back with an extra Win 7 pointer, the next time I load Win 7.

 

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Last updated March 20, 2018 Views 457 Applies to:
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Download and run EasyBCD to clean up the boot manager file.

http://neosmart.net/dl.php?id=1  - goto the bottom of the page for the download button.


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