I have recently installed dual-boot with Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. After messing around with Ubuntu, I decided it was time for a clean re-install.
I booted back into Windows 10 and deleted the Ubuntu partition (two of them) and they were converted back to
Upon reboot, I got into a black screen with
Grub > command line. (Note: not Grub rescue). Not knowing what to do, I did a force shut down.
Next, I attempted to boot my machine again, this time pressing F2 to get into BIOS. I was lucky that I could change the Boot Order to get
Windows Boot Manager back on top of the list, instead of
Ubuntu. I successfully booted back to Windows 10.
Now, this is where my issue differs from the rest (I did some research on similar topics before posting). Now, I can boot back into Windows 10.
My goal is to remove Ubuntu and reinstall it for a clean-slate. I have already deleted the Ubuntu partitions. However, now the
Ubuntu selection remains lingering in my Boot Menu. Hence, how can I remove it?