Windows Boot Manager.

  Ex plorer 19:07 28 Nov 2009

Hi I had Ubuntu on the laptop for a while so I had a duel boot option first boot Ubuntu Second boot Vista.
I have now removed Ubuntu and still get the dual boot screen choice of Vista 1 or Vista 2.
Can I get rid of this duel boot somehow in Bios.
I have Googled this problem but cant find a simple salutation, just getting to old.

  Sea Urchin 20:40 28 Nov 2009
  Ex plorer 21:15 28 Nov 2009

Thanks Sea Urchin
Would killdisk get rid of the duel boot problem.

  Sea Urchin 22:52 28 Nov 2009

Not sure I follow the point of you question - but I think the answer's No.

My previous link showed how to 'get rid' of your problem.

  Ex plorer 11:56 29 Nov 2009

Sea Urchin sorry for not been clear but you read between the lines would killing the disk resolve duel-boot No.

I have used the link you gave but I can’t find anything relevant to the removal of the duel boot after typing %windir% in Run.

I want to remove all on my C drive for some reason its full.
Tried a format but its only done part of it.

My best bet it’s missed the ubuntu section, which I deleted, and I remember it formatting a section for its own use.

I have down loaded Killdisk but I cant get it to run from CD or DVD.

After putting the disk in and rebooting and hitting enter the screen flashes and comes back to the choice of Killdisk.
On shutting down the Laptop message is failed to read A Drive.
There isn’t a A drive and CD is set at first boot.
If I cant fix the drive I will buy a new one and struggle with the duel boot later on.

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