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Okay, so I recently tried to reinstall XP Home on my pc but some file was corrupt so I aborted. Now when I restart my pc, it gives me the menu where I choose what I want to boot. My two option are Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition or Microsoft Windows XP Home Setup

I want to get rid of the Setup one because it will automaticaly boot that instead. Any ideas?
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Re: XP Help

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Reformat the entire hard drive, and install it fresh
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Rogers Bell Problems wrote:
Reformat the entire hard drive, and install it fresh


But then there goes all my music You know how bad that is rbp
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Re: XP Help

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nyzballa12 wrote:


Rogers Bell Problems wrote:
Reformat the entire hard drive, and install it fresh


But then there goes all my music You know how bad that is rbp


Back it up on your 360 or use Windows XP Pro... Why are you using Home? Smiley Tongue
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Open up "Control Panel"...click "Performance and Maintenance". Click "System". Click "Advanced" tab. Beside "Startup and Recovery", click "Settings". In there you choose the default operating sytem you use and under it uncheck "Time To Display List of Operating Systems". I had this once and thats how I got rid of it.


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Rogers Bell Problems wrote:


nyzballa12 wrote:


Rogers Bell Problems wrote:
Reformat the entire hard drive, and install it fresh


But then there goes all my music You know how bad that is rbp


Back it up on your 360 or use Windows XP Pro... Why are you using Home? Smiley Tongue


I can't on my 360...the hdd is too small and theres no way to transfer files to it Smiley Tongue And I'm too poor for XP Pro man
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guitarplayer16 wrote:
Open up "Control Panel"...click "Performance and Maintenance". Click "System". Click "Advanced" tab. Beside "Startup and Recovery", click "Settings". In there you choose the default operating sytem you use and under it uncheck "Time To Display List of Operating Systems". I had this once and thats how I got rid of it.


Message Edited by guitarplayer16 on 01-06-2007 09:55 AM

Okay, I did that now let me restart and see what happens
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Tells us if it works


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nyzballa12 wrote:


guitarplayer16 wrote:
Open up "Control Panel"...click "Performance and Maintenance". Click "System". Click "Advanced" tab. Beside "Startup and Recovery", click "Settings". In there you choose the default operating sytem you use and under it uncheck "Time To Display List of Operating Systems". I had this once and thats how I got rid of it.


Message Edited by guitarplayer16 on 01-06-2007 09:55 AM

Okay, I did that now let me restart and see what happens


its like christmas all over again!!!

i cant wait to see the results
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Re: XP Help

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nyzballa12 wrote:


Rogers Bell Problems wrote:


nyzballa12 wrote:


Rogers Bell Problems wrote:
Reformat the entire hard drive, and install it fresh


But then there goes all my music You know how bad that is rbp


Back it up on your 360 or use Windows XP Pro... Why are you using Home? Smiley Tongue


I can't on my 360...the hdd is too small and theres no way to transfer files to it Smiley Tongue And I'm too poor for XP Pro man


Bootleg bro... Bootleg...
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