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Removing an OS startup option

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When I boot my computer, I get a "choice" of installing Win 2000 Pro "or" Win 2000 Pro.  There is only ONE installation of Win2000, but I may have simply deleted a WINNT directory somewhere as part of a frustrating sequence of events recently. I've gone through a few installs/reinstalls and OS deletes recently.  If you're morbidly curious, you can review my only other Win2000 question to see my travails, but I don't think it's needed.

Is there an easy way to remove the 2nd OS option during boot and just have it automatically boot the only REAL installation of Win2000Pro?  I looked through F2 Setup's options, but couldn't find any way to do what I want.  Maybe I'm just missing something obvious.
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