How do I remove a Panda option from my Win-7 Boot Manager?
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    How do I remove a Panda option from my Win-7 Boot Manager?

    Several yrs ago I tried out Panda Internet Security and eventually removed the program
    but I still have a link for Panda Cloud Cleaner Repair on my Win7 startup screen that did
    not get removed during the uninstall.

    I tried removing it using IObit Uninstaller program and even a Panda clean uninstall program but
    both failed to remove the link. How else can I remove it? I have a feeling someone is going to say
    edit the registry.

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    Try... Start>run> [type] msconfig> open that and then select the "boot" tab. You should see the two boot options there. Delete the Panda one. Click OK.
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    I looked at that before and I only have 1.
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    You can change the wait time to 0 seconds so although it will still be displayed you won't have to go through the countdown.

    https://superuser.com/questions/4971...o-5-seconds-on

    Another option, which I once had to do to get rid of an Acronis boot entry, was to use Easybcd but it's not for the faint of heart and it took a few tries to get it done correctly. https://neosmart.net/wiki/easybcd/
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    Quote Originally Posted by fink View Post
    You can change the wait time to 0 seconds so although it will still be displayed you won't have to go through the countdown.

    https://superuser.com/questions/4971...o-5-seconds-on

    Another option, which I once had to do to get rid of an Acronis boot entry, was to use Easybcd but it's not for the faint of heart and it took a few tries to get it done correctly. https://neosmart.net/wiki/easybcd/
    I did this and saw Panda on the drop down list. Thx.
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