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Remove Win 7 boot option

Can't seem to remove the Windows 7 boot option from my laptop.  I only have 1 OS and there is only 1 OS listed in the Advanced System / Startup & Recovery Settings.  MSCONFIG also only lists Windows 7.  Nevertheless, when I boot my computer I need to choose Win 7 as my OS.
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medpipes
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medpipes
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athomsfereCommented:
Boot from the Windows 7 disc, and choose the option in repair to Fix MBR
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Adam BrownSr Solutions ArchitectCommented:
Run msconfig and go to the boot tab. Make sure there is only one item listed there and no options are checked.
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ded9Commented:
There might be a bootdisc in the dvd drive....check your dvd drive. Take the disc out and then boot.



Ded9
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subhashchyCommented:
open a command prompt.. type bcdedit and press enter. copy everything and paste here.. May be we can get a clue ..
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Ivano ViolaSystem AdministratorCommented:
Here's a guide on how to use bcdedit:
http://www.windows7home.net/how-to-use-bcdedit-in-windows-7/
This should help you.
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medpipesAuthor Commented:
sorry for the delay, laptop is now in my possession
bcdedit.png
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ded9Commented:
Boot from windows 7 disc and try startup and repair...restart the computer and check.


Ded9
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medpipesAuthor Commented:
Reset computer back to factory default; and still have this and other problems.  Looks like Toshiba is going to take it back for repair or replacement.
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ded9Commented:
Can u take the pic of the screen from cell phone and upload it on EE.


Ded9
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medpipesAuthor Commented:
Looks like the solution was to return the computer so I am going to close this question.
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medpipesAuthor Commented:
There were several things wrong with this laptop.  Ultimately Toshiba decided to take it back as it was only 6 months old
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