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I installed Ubuntu from a USB drive. I selected Install Ubuntu alongside Windows 8 and it installed. But it also installed GRUB which I don't like. I just want to make Ubuntu work in Windows's bootloader.

Can I somehow remove GRUB and use Windows's bootloader? Also, can I somehow make Ubuntu work without nomodeset in the GRUB entry? Do I need to do that on Windows using EasyBCD?

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Are you sure you would want to do that? Ubuntu gets regular minor kernal updates - and if you like to install those kernal updates - you would have to update windows bootloader to reflect those changes - using windows bootloader would be such a waste of time, energy and resources. BTW, what's in a bootloader anyway - you just see it for a couple of seconds a day. –  Aditya Jan 8 '13 at 17:16
    
@Aditya I think that you should put your comment as an Answer. So this question keep as answered. How would oppose to your theory? :D –  Lucio Jan 30 '13 at 18:03
    
@Lucio: I don't think that it answers the question. There should obviously be a way to add Ubuntu to Window's Bootloader and make this bootloader as default instead of grub. That comment of mine is really a comment and not an answer. So, I would prefer to keep that only as a comment. (Quality should always be preferred over quantity).... :) –  Aditya Jan 30 '13 at 20:17
    
Yeah, but is a way to look the things.. Well, you are the one who decides. Anyway, thanks for the reply –  Lucio Jan 30 '13 at 23:48
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