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Old 03-07-2011, 04:37 AM   #1
josecolella
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Question Deleting the dual boot option menu at the beginning of Start-Up


I'm currently having a problem trying to remove the black screen that appears at Start-Up that asks me which operating system I want to run...I've already deleted wubi but this screen keeps appearing every time my computer starts up...How do I remove or disable this feature?
 
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You can also use wins cd repair
 
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