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Thursday, 29 June 2017

How to Make Windows PC immediately start Without Multiboot Option

Scarcely any days back, I gave out my HP 2140 Mini-Notebook PC to a companion to enable me to organize it and load Windows 7 on it utilizing his External DVD drive. On getting it once again from him yesterday, I saw he introduced Windows 7 on the HD and Windows XP on an alternate segment, making a Dual Boot.

On StartUp, it indicated two OS alternatives (Windows 7 and XP) to boot into and I need to choose windows 7 to begin. Not happy with this, I chose to google how I can expel XP from double boot and still have the capacity to boot Windows 7.

Lamentably, the aides I saw were complex to the point that I chose to simply handicap the multiboot alternative from showing up when Windows begins. This lets the PC boots specifically with Win 7 in spite of the fact that, the Windows XP still stays on the PC.

To make your PC boot straightforwardly With Windows 7 without provoking for boot screen,

==> Go to Control Panel

==> Click on "Framework" > Advanced System Settings (On left tab)

==> Select the "Propelled" tab and snap Settings in "Startup and Recovery"

==> Select "Windows 7" as default working framework and Uncheck "Time to show rundown of Operating frameworks"

==> Select OK.



That's it in a nutshell.

Whenever you begin your Windows PC, you will never again observe the double boot choice.

Since I have a new introduce of both OS on my netbook, I will delete it all and begin once again so I can have one OS on it.

In the event that you won't prefer to start from the very beginning, you can read how to expel the more established variant and simply utilize Windows 7 or how to Uninstall Windows 7 on a multiboot framework. You can likewise read more about having more than one working framework on a PC.

I trust this makes a difference.

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