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I have deleted Ubuntu from my PC. When I restart my PC an error occurs that is Grub Rescue. I already run set command. Now I just want to install Windows 10. My PC does not allow me to start installation process. i already follow the instruction given in the reference link. My PC not start boot setup even selection from boot setting. its give me grub rescue command screen. I have tried all possible solution from internet fro example setting of prefix and repair from boot setup etc.....hop my comment will explain my problem.

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  • This has nothing bro do with Ubuntu and you already deleted it. What you need to learn is how to prepare and boot from Windows installation media. What is or was in the internal drive is irrelevant. – GabrielaGarcia Jul 16 at 18:18
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    Possible duplicate of How to remove Ubuntu and put Windows back on?. Do a boot-repair. Instructions are in highest voted answer. – Kulfy Jul 16 at 18:46
  • i already follow the instruction given in the reference link. My PC not start boot setup even selection from boot setting. its give me grub rescue command screen. I have tried all possible solution from internet fro example setting of prefix and repair from boot setup etc.....hop my comment will explain my problem. – Mawaz Ejaz Jul 19 at 5:32
  • Once boot-repair completes or fails, it creates some boot info. Please select the option to publish it on some Pastebin and provide the link here in question body. – Kulfy Jul 19 at 10:07