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Win 7/64-windows boot manager

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  • Boot
  • Hard Drives
  • Windows 7
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June 19, 2012 12:14:54 AM

Hello,After doing a clone/transfer to a new hard drive via Acronis; Windows Boot Manager is showing 2 "windows home premium (recovered)".
this is due to a botched first attempt. The top,or first (recovered) is the one I want to start without going to boot manager screen-and the second I want deleted.
In short; just pushing the start button, and it will boot and load windows with the first preference, as it would normally do.
surely, there is an easy way for this, huh.

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June 19, 2012 12:28:35 AM

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1amet2 said:
Hello,After doing a clone/transfer to a new hard drive via Acronis; Windows Boot Manager is showing 2 "windows home premium (recovered)".
this is due to a botched first attempt. The top,or first (recovered) is the one I want to start without going to boot manager screen-and the second I want deleted.
In short; just pushing the start button, and it will boot and load windows with the first preference, as it would normally do.
surely, there is an easy way for this, huh.
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July 2, 2012 4:58:46 PM

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July 2, 2012 5:03:44 PM

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