You obviously have more than one operating system on your pc. If you only
had vista, then vista would boot without a menu appearing. The easiest
option is to download VistaBootPro (www.vistabootpro.org
) and edit the
bootloader so that vista is first on the list and then, if you simply want
to boot straight into vista, adjust the boot time to 0 (zero).
John Barnett MVP
Windows - Shell/User
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"emeless" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hopefully, someone here will take a minute and provide an answer...
> When Vista starts, it halts at a screen with 3 choices, one being to start
> windows (2nd choice). With XP, my machine simply booted right into windows
> with no additional interference required from me...I would like to have it
> this way in Vista.
> Where do I tweak or change a setting to allow it to boot right through.
> These windows security "features" are a bit annoying, I'm the only one
> here and the only user and I want full conntrol of my machine but can't
> seem to achieve this.
> Any help appreciated, thanks