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S Kasinath

How to remove duplicate entry in boot menu of WinSetupFromUSB

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Sir,

I am S.Kasinath,

I am using windows10 pro in my desktop,installed in my first hard disk.

I have downloaded WinsetupFromUsb1.9 64 bit version and used it to add macrium reflect rescue media iso files(using UBCD/winbuilder option) and

Clonezilla 32 bit & 64 bit  & feren OS linux live iso using (linuxISO/other Grub4DOS compatiable iso option).

 

In case of Win PE isos(macrium reflect recue media isos) it shows the menu entries correctly when booted the USB.

But the the boot menu shows FerenOs entries twice(duplicate) 1) As FerenOS iin partition 0 & 2) As ferenOS in partition 1.

The partion 0 entry does not boot ,but partition 1 entry boots correctly.

There is only one ferenOS iso file is available is iso folder.

I tried the methods given ine FAQ for removing duplicate menu entry using bootice & visualBCD,

I could see the menu entries for winPE iso entries only .I am getting the menu entries for clonezilla & ferenOS menu entries.

kindly help to solve the issue

kasinath

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The bootice/visualBCD are about the BOOTMGR menu (\boot\BCD).

The .iso's, etc. should be on the grubdos menu (menu.lst).

When you are shown the duplicate entry, try pressing "c". If you get to a prompt like "grub>" it is the menu.lst (or another .lst file).

These can be edited with *any* text editor (please read as Notepad).

jaclaz 

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