Continued @ The How-To-GeekHave you ever inherited a computer that has more than one entry on the Windows XP boot menu screen? Most of the time one of the entries doesn't even work in the first place, and then you're forced to either hit a key or wait 30 seconds every time.
There are two options to get around this: You can remove the offending boot menu item, or you can just turn off the boot menu from being displayed. If you aren't tech savvy, you'll want to just use the second option.
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