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    Default How to remove "Windows Boot Manager" in Bios boot priority

    Hi, does anyone know how to remove duplicate "Windows Boot Manager" which located in UEFI Bios Priority?

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    Default Re: How to remove "Windows Boot Manager" in Bios boot priority

    Did you try clearing the BIOS/CMOS yet?

    There are reasons why you have multiple entries, such as multiple or cloned OS installations that are still part of the PC. How did you get them originally?

    If you have drives or partitions on drives that are bootable, then they will be listed in the boot order.

    There are tools and utilities that allow you to remove entries like those, but if you don't know why they are listed or to what drive or partition they belong to, you might remove the one you really want to keep.

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    Default Re: How to remove "Windows Boot Manager" in Bios boot priority

    Quote Originally Posted by parsec View Post
    There are tools and utilities that allow you to remove entries like those, but if you don't know why they are listed or to what drive or partition they belong to, you might remove the one you really want to keep.
    Ha! Been there, done that I have. One bleary eyed 3am marathon ..........
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    Default Re: How to remove "Windows Boot Manager" in Bios boot priority

    Quote Originally Posted by - wardog - View Post
    Ha! Been there, done that I have. One bleary eyed 3am marathon ..........
    ... and not the best circumstances to be doing that in too...

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