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For some reason I have two entries for the same copy of Windows 7 in burg (and before I installed burg, there were two in the grub menu as well). They are on different partitions but they boot into the same Windows. I think one is the recovery partition maybe. But they are both the same. I would just like to remove one of them so I have a clean boot screen with one Ubuntu and one Windows option. I figured out how to take the Ubuntu recovery mode off of the list, but I think the Windows problem is too complicated for me. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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You should definitely try this new application, it's called Grub Organizer. Here's its Launchpad page: .

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You are awesome. – Michael Oct 17 '10 at 0:14

I think you can try this post :

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