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Dual Operating Systems

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Tumang2k, Jan 18, 2006.

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  1. Tumang2k

    Tumang2k Thread Starter

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    Hello All,

    I have a small problem whihc i know is very easy to fix I have just forgotten how.

    I have a Win XP Pro system, but when it boots up 2 things happen...

    After getting to the point where it says reading DMI Data, it will say unable to read

    please hit alt control del to restart

    When I do this I get a screen that asks me which Windows I wish to uise

    I select the bottom one and all seems ok...

    I want to not be getting to that screen, just let windows boot up..

    Am I to use msconfig or a other program to do this, it is getting annoying

    Thanks for any assistance in Advance for helping resolve this issue.

    Tu
     
  2. Binary_Wolf

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    Hiyas

    You could use msconfig to check the boot paths in the "boot.ini" tab. Or you could simply alternate click "My Computer" and go to properties. Once there, go to the "Advanced" tab and look up "Startup and Recovery Options" button. Just untick the "Display boot menu" option.

    Regards
    BW
     
  3. Tumang2k

    Tumang2k Thread Starter

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    Thanks for the help, then you can go in and delete the extra line :)

    Take it Easy

    Mark this one as SOLVED
     
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