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A while ago, I'd say 2 or 3 years ago, I didn't have a Windows 7 License, so I decided to install Ubuntu, because I'd always wanted to try Linux, and because it was free. I decided it wasn't my cup of tea, and decided I just wanted to buy a W7 license.
So, since I uninstalled Ubuntu alongside Windows 7 license-less at the time, I just went into Windows 7's
Programs and Features menu, and uninstalled Ubuntu, and wiped the partition and conjoined it with the main one.
Now, at the time, I thought this was all I needed to do, so I didn't do FixMBR before uninstalling and deleting the partitions. Fast-forward to nowadays, I took advantage of the free update to Windows 10 from last(?) year, I've had to live with the
minimal bash-like editing is supported... menu and pressing f11 and f12 and selecting boot drive as Windows Boot Manager every time I launch my PC.
As a separate note, if this matters to the situation, in my Disk Management window, there's a EFI partition of 100 MB in my main disk, while my C: drive is NTFS and I have a recovery partition.
Also, I forgot to mention that Fixmbr and similar commands in a recovery drive don't work.
So, I was wondering if there was any way to fix this so that my Windows boots automatically?