Monday, April 29, 2013

Cum sa scapi de "Earlier Version of Windows" la boot option

Scapa de "Earlier Version of Windows" la boot option RO



Dupa ce am facut upgrade la Windows XP la Windows 7, la boot au aparut 2 optiuni, una e "Earlier version of Windows", a doua e Windows 7. Optiunea default evident pentru mine e Windows 7.


Pana acum era destul de complicat sa scoti partea cu "Earlier Version of Windows" de la boot sau dura 30 de secunde pana boota automat in Windows 7 daca n uerai langa PC sa dai un "Enter" :)

Solutia!


1.Click pe Start, All Programs, Accessories.
2.Click dreapta pe Command Prompt si alege Run as administrator.
3.Scrie urmatoarea comanda si apasa enter. Asigura-te ca pui parantezele in jur la ntldr “{ntldr}”. 

bcdedit /delete {ntldr} /f 

daca nu merge, incearca comanda asta: bcdedit /delete {ntldr} -f  in loc de bcdedit /delete {ntldr} /f 

functioneaza 100% am incercat pe mai multe PC-uri

Trebuie sa vezi mesajul "The operation completed successfully" apoi dai restart la calculator, cu siguranta nu o sa mai apara "Earlier Version of Windows" la optiunea de boot iar pc-ul tau va boota direct in Windows 7.

Atentie! ca sa functioneze 100% recomand sa fi in cmd exact cum e in imagine cu C:\Windows\system32...

Remove Earlier Version of Windows boot option EN



After I upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7, I see two options at boot up, one is to logon to "Earlier Version of Windows", the other is Windows 7. The default option is boot into Windows 7.

There is a workaround to remove the Earlier Version of Windows option from the boot up screen so that it will boot straight into Windows 7 instead of asking users to choose which OS or waiting for 30 seconds and boot into Windows 7. 

1.Click on Start, All Programs, Accessories.
2.Right click on Command Prompt and choose Run as administrator.
3.Type the following command and press enter. Be sure to include the brackets around “{ntldr}”.

bcdedit /delete {ntldr} /f

if it dosent work try this command: bcdedit /delete {ntldr} -f  instead of bcdedit /delete {ntldr} /f 

it works 100% i tryed on several PC`s

You should see a message The operation completed successfully after that, then restart your computer, you will not see Earlier Version of Windows boot option any more and now your computer will boot directly into Windows 7.

Pay attention! for a 100% result I recomand to respect the path like in the picture above C:\Windows\system32...

1 comment:

  1. mie mi-a mers pe win xp imi pare rau daca nu te-a ajutat.

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