How to reduce the 30sec. wait time while dual booting OS?

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Hello everybody!

In my Laptop I am having two operating systems so whenever i switch on my laptop or re-start, it will wait for around 30 Sec and ask me to choose one from those O/S.

My question is; Is there any way to reduce this timing (30Sec) or i want to remove this option and directly load my XP O/S when i switch on my laptop.

Please help me.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #87331

How to reduce the 30sec. wait time while dual booting OS?

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Ok we can do this within a couple of easy steps

Right click on “My Computer” which is on your Desktop

Click on “Properties”

Click on “Advanced” tab

Under Startup & Recovery Section Click “Settings”

Under System startup section, select which Operating system you need as Default

And remove the check mark of “Time to display list of operating systems”

Click on “OK”

You are done!

 

Answered By 110 points N/A #87332

How to reduce the 30sec. wait time while dual booting OS?

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Oh Thanks for your clear instruction.

I appreciate it my friend.

 
Answered By 0 points N/A #87333

How to reduce the 30sec. wait time while dual booting OS?

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You are welcome. 

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Answered By 110 points N/A #87334

How to reduce the 30sec. wait time while dual booting OS?

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Yes sure.

I thing this is a good place to share our knowledge and ask our doubts.

Because we can get instance answer from site experts.

Answered By 110 points N/A #87335

How to reduce the 30sec. wait time while dual booting OS?

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Actually I am having another doubt that, I want to get a clear idea about that also.

But I am not sure whether,

I can ask the question here in the same thread or I should make a new post?

Answered By 0 points N/A #87336

How to reduce the 30sec. wait time while dual booting OS?

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So then they can just search by any of the key words which related to their question without asking the question from the beginning and waiting for an answer.

Hope you understand this.

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