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I have 3 Windows 2000 options at startup - how to delete 2 of them?

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I had some problems (twice) installing a new copy of  Windows 2000 (a version in another language). After using Fixboot in Recovery Console, the pc works fine - only I get three identical lines with Windows 2000 at boot to chose among (I have to ArrowDown twice to activate the right, original one). How do I remove the two of them?

Thank you very much!

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Michael
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