iReboot (or something else) turns wild...

Comale

Member
Hi,

I am using iReboot since years. Lately, I had to reorganize some of the structure of my Win10 Pro x64 system. While doing this, I probably messed up something somewhere. Now, in BIOS (and under iReboot as well) appears this list, showing the available boot targets/possibilities (most of which aren't, obviously):

iReboot - Top of list.jpgiReboot - End of list.jpg
Top of list End of list

This actually doesn't prevent me from doing my job. However, it's annoying....
How can delete all these entries?

Thanks for any help!
 

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mqudsi

Mostly Harmless
Staff member
The easiest thing is to probably use EasyBCD to reset the BCD, re-add the entries you have, and then you're good to go.
 

Irene4584

New Member
iReboot is NeoSmart Technologies' simple yet effective reboot helper tool. iReboot sits in your taskbar at startup (only taking up 400KB of memory!) and lets you choose which operating system you want to reboot into.
 

Comale

Member
@mqudsi

Thank you, your suggestions worked out just fine. First, unfortunately, I didn't really understand what meant :frowning: Only much later, during a sleepless night, I realised the meaning - and did it :smile:)
 
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