Rescue disk has created a problem


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George Shaddock
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I created a rescue disk (DVD) and ran it to make sure it would boot up the system if needed. It appeared with two options, 1 Boot up normally to Windows 10 and 2) begin the rescue operation. Everything looked OK so I removed  the disk. Now, with no rescue disk in I am presented with the two options, Boot up to Windows 10 normally or start to restore the computer.
HOW DO I GET RID OF THIS START UP OPTION PROGRAM? I want to boot windows 10 as I use to.   
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It sounds like you added the "Boot menu recovery option", documented here.  The good news is that it's easily removable. Smile

George Shaddock
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I'm happy to hear that it can be removed easily. It would be very helpful if you could tell me where I could find out how to remove it.
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Using the link JP offered you above, in Step #2, select "No menu" and it will be removed.
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Run msconfig, select boot tab, delete boot entry.


George Shaddock
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Thank you. Your advice immediately solved my problem. Much appreciated.
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