Hello world of DaniWeb, I'm experiencing an annoying "error". Here's the case: a while go, I had my PC running both Vista and XP until Windows 7 came out. So, I decided it's time to upgrade. The problem was that my graphics card (GeForce 9600 GT) suddenly stopped working properly so Windows 7 had been crashing all the time. Then, I bought a new graphics card (GeForce GTX 260) which was apparently very bigger than the old one. That resulted in it not fitting inside my budget computer case. The only way I got it in was by removing a hard drive (the one that contained Windows XP :P). You know what that means. It means that the "Select your operating system" screen after I boot up my computer still freaking appears! I get two options. The first one is "Earlier version of Windows" which obviously is Windows XP and the other one is Windows 7. Now, when I choose Windows XP it doesn't load anything and it restarts the computer as expected. That's my problem. How do I fix this (all I want to do is just make Windows 7 automatically load and make this screen disappear forever)?
P.S: Please note that the "Windows 7" option works just fine.
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