I have Ubuntu Server 20.04.3 LTS with KDE installed on an old PC with 2 SSDs: 1x128GB (with / and swap partitions on it) + 1x256GB exFat formated.
At some point I had Windows 7 installed on the 128GBSSD but I decided to go for Ubuntu so I cleaned up both drives using GParted.
First time I booted into the system, after installation, I noticed the Windows 10 GRUB option. I installed Grub Customizer and removed it and the second time I rebooted the system it was gone.
After another reboot it was back again so I decided to remove it again just that this time there was no Windows 10 option available.
I'm not even sure how that option got there since there was no Windows 10 installed on this PC. My guess is that this happened because I installed the OS from a USB drive that had other distros on it, along side Windows 10 and some diagnostic tools (USB created with YUMI), especially since it says that Windows installation is on /sdg1.
Any ideas on how to remove this? I can't seem to find the Windows 10 entry anywhere.