- 1). Click the "Start" button in the lower left corner of the screen.
- 2). Click "Control Panel."
- 3). Double-click "System."
- 4). Click the "Advanced" tab.
- 5). Click the "Settings" button under the "Startup and Recovery" category.
- 6). Delete the entry under the "Operating Systems" category corresponding to the operating system you no longer wish to boot into. For example, to stop booting from a Windows installation located on a second hard drive, the entry to remove may look like this: "multi(0)disk(1)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP" /fastdetect."
- 7). Press "Ctrl" and "S" simultaneously to save the boot.ini file.
- 8). Restart the computer. The option to dual boot has been removed.
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