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As a newcomer to computers you probably shouldn't be messing with the boot.ini file - if you mess it up, your computer will no longer boot. For what purpose do you want to do this?

The boot.ini file is a protected operating system file, and is hidden by default - for good reason. I couldn't, in good conscience, tell an admitted beginner how to get to it without at least some assurance that they had good information about what they were doing, and a good reason for doing it.

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