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Hello,
I have a question to the community.
In my startup process there are a lot of partitions showing up. I have a apfs container for High Sierra. Is there a way to delete all unnecessary partitions? I can not figure out why there is
2 timesMac OS x
4 times UEFI OS
3 times UEFI OS (Samsung...)

To boot to OS i use the first Samsung entry. Is the others needed? Or how can I delete the others.

Thank you very much for your help.
 

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To boot to OS i use the first Samsung entry. Is the others needed? Or how can I delete the others.
Check here for info on cleaning up the UEFI boot menu. Don't worry about the "Mac OS X" entries they're automatically created when running updates or setting the Startup Disk.
 
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