rEFInd Menu is showing my /boot/ (FAT32) partition.

I am dual booting Windows 10 and Manjaro KDE. Windows 10 is required because this is my gaming rig and Linux is just not there yet for full gaming support.

I have the Windows 10 install on the internal NVMe, and the Manjaro is installed on a Crucial MX500 SSD via USB SATA connector.

My issue is that there are 2 Manjaro entries on the rEFInd screen to select the OS. One is for vmlinux and the other is for the FAT32 /boot/ partition. Can anyone help removing the FAT32 entry? I have attempted to hit delete on the entry and the minus key, and both have failed. It's not the end of the world, it's just annoying more than anything.

Edit the refind.conf file as per here...

http://www.rodsbooks.com/refind/configfile.html

There is also an explanation of using delete/minus keys and NVRAM.

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