Well my question is pretty similar to this, but I'm asking the question again because i'm not satisfied with the answers given, the highest voted answer will just hide the grub and won't remove it, the second answer isn't well explained.
I dual booted my pc, windows 7 and ubuntu, ubuntu installed its own grub, it contains about 8 entries, i need only 2 though, windows and ubuntu. I messed up with windows mbr, had to use easybcd, and now i have 2 grub menus, easybcd and ubuntu.
I created grub2 menu for ubuntu using easybcd, and ubuntu default boot loader is grub or grub2, so the second answer might work if someone explained it to me in details.
I don't want to hide grub, like the first answer suggests because it doesn't remove it.
Note I don't mind removing both grubs, because i have super grub 2 disk, My idea is to remove every grub that i have, use grub 2 disk to boot into windows and then use easybcd to generate a grub menu