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When you start Windows 7, you may see a boot menu prompting you to select Windows Vista or Windows 7, even though Windows Vista is no longer installed. If you upgraded from Windows Vista, you might still have some Vista files on your hard disk. Let's delete those files so Windows 7 can start normally.
Follow these steps to delete any traces of Windows Vista:
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Article ID: 2709878 - Last Review: October 2, 2012 - Revision: 4.0
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