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Apr
6
answered Uninstall Grub and use Windows bootloader
Apr
5
comment Windows display missing after after Ubunutu 14.04 installation. Boot repair didn't solved
Fabby, thank you for editing my answer, English is not my mother tongue, will try to improve on that ;)
Mar
29
answered Windows display missing after after Ubunutu 14.04 installation. Boot repair didn't solved
Mar
24
answered Linux gone after Windows 10 update
Mar
17
revised I installed Ubuntu along with my windows10 and WANT TO REMOVE UBUNTU
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Mar
17
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Mar
17
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Feb
7
comment Cannot Change the boot order in bios or F9 Anymore after installing Ubuntu
The most secure way for editing NVRAM is using firmware capabilities. There should be an option to delete boot entries or reorder them. From Windows the utility bcdedit.exe should be able to delete NVRAM boot entries - list firmware boot loaders and select Ubuntu loader for deletion by GUID ( bcdedit /delete {GUID_of_Ubuntu_loader} )
Feb
7
comment Cannot Change the boot order in bios or F9 Anymore after installing Ubuntu
Dual-boot Repair tool automatically mounts ESP on start (download from boyans.net). Using dialog for "Backup BCD" you can freely browse ESP (usually mapped to drive Z:) with administrative rights so you can edit any file or delete whole directories (\EFI\ubuntu as Rod Smith already pointed as probable cause for reloading Ubuntu NVRAM boot entry)
Jan
19
answered How can I remove bcdedit's GRUB completely?
Nov
22
answered Dual Booting Ubuntu and Windows 10
Sep
21
comment Is this how I proceed to Migrate a Wubi install to a normal dual boot?
Why do you need to transfer Wubi installation? You could make a fresh install of Ubuntu to partition (you only need 30-50GB free space on disk). Let Ubuntu create the partitions it needs in the free space, you don't need to create and format partitions.
Jun
13
answered Dual boot windows 8 and Ubuntu with Windows 8 Boot manager
Jun
13
answered Dual boot with two separate drives
Apr
21
answered Ubuntu 14.04 showing as external device, not separate OS beside Win8
Jan
6
answered error when install Ubuntu 14.04 with easyBCD
Oct
21
answered Removing Ubuntu from UEFI Bios Menu
Oct
12
answered Dual boot Windows 8.1+Ubuntu12.04 - can't boot on windows
Sep
28
answered Complications With Dual Boot Of Ubuntu and Windows 8 UEFI
Sep
24
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