Page 1 of 6 1 23 > Last » Windows Boot Manager - Delete a Listed Operating System « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Previously, Windows used a simple text file to create these boot options; however, the latest Window operating systems require the modification of the bootmgr.dll file.

Would this also apply if a Linux OS was installed after Windows 10, or, does this apply only to Windows OSs dual boot? Join the community here. December 18, 2008 The Geek @mchlbk I could be wrong, but EasyBCD only works when you have the Vista bootloader installed. First make sure your windows is set not to hide "protected oporating system files" (by going to Control Panel\Folder Options\View tab, and ucheck the "hide protected oporating system files" checkbox) Edit

Multiple devices (SSD+HDD, 2 OSes) per Type (HD, CD/DVD, USB) - how to choose which to boot from? Reply to btr999 5 answers Last reply Nov 26, 2016 Best Answer Oct 1, 2015 More about remove dual boot options PsyKhiqZeroSep 30, 2015, 4:14 PM Win+R type msconfigUnder the boot does it show any info regarding win 7? EXAMPLE: Windows Boot Manager or "Startup Options" (Windows 8) NOTE: This is the boot screen where you select what operating system that you would like to start.

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Write or copy the alphanumeric string to the right of "identifier" for the entry you wish to delete. 5. Last edited by cottonball; 2016-11-16 at 10:09. Select the OS (ex: Windows 10) you want as the default in the Default operating system drop down menu, and click/tap on OK. (see screenshots below) 5.

The reason I ask this it is not clear.