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My win xp sp3 was infected and I installed another instance of OS on D partition, to save my files.
I finished the job, reinstall OS on the first partition, and delete D partition (partition magic).
But still, when I starting Windows, my comp ask me (on starting DOS screen) which Win I want to run - the first or the second one, although the second one does not exist.
How can I solve this please.

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Try this:

Click Start, choose Run and type msconfig. Click the second tab (Boot) and delete the entry of an old Windows installation (on partition D:) like shown on this sample picture.

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Please Google

http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows/how-to-delete-modify-or-disable-an-incorrect-or-duplicate-entry-on-the-xp-boot-menu/

Check here you can find the answer

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thanks, b00tbu9, that's it – Alegro Nov 26 '12 at 14:21

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