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Get F8 Screen without Hitting F8

Posted on 2001-06-23
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When booting my computer, a Dell Inspiron 4000, I get the menu asking whether I want to boot 1.Normal 2.Safe Mode 3. Command Prompt, etc.  I get this menu without hitting F8, which is usually what you have to do to bring the menu up.  
How can I get rid of this menu?
Thanks in advance,
Jon
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Technical_champ earned 100 total points
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just go and edit the file c:\msdos.sys using any simple editor like notepad , change the lines from

BootMenu = 1

to

BootMenu = 0

for further assistance contact yashraj_singh@rediffmail.com
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Thanks! I knew it was somewhere.
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