Windows 7 Boot Manager Remove instructions
If you have two similar Windows 7 entries on your computer system, then before you follow this step by step guide you need to be sure which is the wrong entry and which is the right entry. The order of the Windows 7 entries displayed at the boot time is same when displayed in Windows. So, you just have to remember, whether the top entry is correct or the bottom one.
Step 1: Press Windows Key to open up Start Menu and then select Run. Alternatively, you can press the Windows + R key to open up the Run window. In the Run window, type “msconfig" without double quotes and press the Enter key.
System Configuration window will appear.
Step 2: In System Configuration window, select the Boot tab. There you will find the Windows 7 entries. Before following the Windows 7 boot manager remove instructions, you must have figured out the correct and the wrong Windows 7 entry. In the boot tab, select the wrong entry and press the Delete button to remove the wrong Windows 7 entry.
If you remove the working Windows 7 entry, then you will not be able to boot into Windows. So, make sure you remove the wrong entry only.
Finally, press the OK button to save the changes and restart your computer system.
NOTE: If the wrong entry is the default entry, then you need to change the default entry to the correct one. In order to change a default entry, follow the steps below.
Step 1: Right click on My Computer icon present on your desktop and from the pop-up menu select Properties. A System window will appear. In the System window, click Advanced System Settings link on the left. System Properties window will appear.
Step 2: In the System Properties window, click Advanced tab and from the Startup and Recovery section, click Settings button. A new Startup and Recovery window will appear. There you will find a drop down that holds the Windows 7 entries. Select your default and correct Windows 7 entry and press Ok button when done. Again press OK button and finally restart your computer.
You can now follow the Step 2 from the Windows 7 boot manager remove instructions.