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When Windows 7 start bootloader appear

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Hi,

When windows 7 start always appears the bootloader, however carry enter and start normally. How to disable the boot loader?

best regards
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Control Panel > System > Advanced System Properties > tab Advanced > Settings (next to Start up and Recovery) > 
either:
- uncheck the first box (Time to display list of operating systems:
or
- set seconds lower (because that screen can be useful sometimes)
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after make a chkdsk, problem solved.
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Thanks.
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