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Dual Windows Boot Manager entries
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EasyUEFi shows two Windows Boot Manager entries. One is marked secure boot enabled the other is not.  I deleted one entry and the boot up failed.  I tried the W8 repair function and it couldn't repair the issue.  I also tried the boot corrector function within Paragon Disk Manager 15 and it didn't correct the problem.  I ended up doing an image restore.

Which entry can be deleted?
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(08-23-2015, 11:57 AM)dave Wrote: EasyUEFi shows two Windows Boot Manager entries. One is marked secure boot enabled the other is not.  I deleted one entry and the boot up failed.  I tried the W8 repair function and it couldn't repair the issue.  I also tried the boot corrector function within Paragon Disk Manager 15 and it didn't correct the problem.  I ended up doing an image restore.

Which entry can be deleted?

You'd better to create a rescue disk before deleting the boot entries. Once you find yourself accidentally deleted the boot entry, you can use this bootable media to rebuild it.
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