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I just uninstalled my Ubuntu partitions and have a problem to delete the GNU GRUB from my computer.
I worked with the How To Geek guide but cant finish the "Fix the Windows Boot Loader" stage.
After I restarted my computer and opened the windows installer and typed:
I restarted the computer and got a black screen with the title: GNU GRUB version 2.02 and text:
Minimal BASH-like line editing is supported. For the first word, Tab lists possible command completions. Anywhere else TAB lists possible device or file completions.
I opened linux through my disk-on-key and tried to figure out from where the GNU GRUB came from and I figured that I have alot of partitions: partitions
This time, I changed my BIOS settings and set windows to be the default boot. How can I remove the GNU GRUB from my computer and check if I have another Ubuntu partition on my hardware? (Also, I see that 2 of the partitions on my laptop are from Lenovo)