Deleting the Recovery Console:
Only attempt to do the following steps if you are sure you know what you're doing. Modifying the Boot.ini file incorrectly can prevent your computer from starting up properly.
- Click on the START button, select MY COMPUTER and then double-click the drive where you installed the Recovery Console (by default it would be C: drive).
- Click on TOOLS menu, click FOLDER OPTIONS and then click on the VIEW tab.
- Click Show Hidden files and folders, uncheck Hide Protected operating system files and click on OK.
- At the root folder, delete the Cmdcons folder and Cmldr file.
- Also at the root folder, right click on the Boot.ini file and select Properties.
- Click to clear the Read-only check box and the press OK.
- Open the Boot.ini file in Microsoft Windows Notepad and delete the entry
- Make sure that this is the only entry that you will delete. Save the file and close it.
- Change the attribute of the Boot.ini file back to a read-only state after you have finished this procedure.
You have now deleted the Recovery Console from your computer.