SOLVED "Earlier version of Windows" in boot manager


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Hello,

I recently did an in-place install of Windows 7 to fix an issue with Windows Update. However, I see an option for an earlier version of Windows in the boot manager when I start up the PC. The question is: how do I remove it?
 
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Run msconfig.exe as an Administrator and look under the boot tab. Can't you select it there and Remove?
 
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There are two option to remove:--

1)bcdedit option follow this link:--http://superuser.com/questions/465047/how-to-remove-an-old-os-from-the-boot-menu.
2)RUN>sysdm.cpl>select "advanced tab"and start up and recovery --settings-->and In that list operating system list,select your OS and uncheck the time to display option.
 
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There are two option to remove:--

1)bcdedit option follow this link:--http://superuser.com/questions/465047/how-to-remove-an-old-os-from-the-boot-menu.
2)RUN>sysdm.cpl>select "advanced tab"and start up and recovery --settings-->and In that list operating system list,select your OS and uncheck the time to display option.
Thanks! The first option worked.
 
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