[Help] How to use DISM to remove unnecessary bootable PE entries

Paul 40 Reputation points


I have set up multiple bootable PE entries. How can I delete one of them?

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  1. Katherine788 115 Reputation points

    You can use the "BCDEDIT" command in Windows. BCDEDIT is a command-line tool that manages the boot configuration data (BCD) store, which includes information about boot options and operating systems on your computer.

    Use the following command to list all the boot entries in the BCD store:


    Look for the entry corresponding to the bootable PE environment you want to remove. Note the "identifier" for that entry.

    bcdedit /delete {Identifier}

    Replace {Identifier} with the actual identifier of the entry you want to delete.

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