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Removing Ubuntu or any OS from Windows Boot Manager October 30, 2009

Posted by viboon in : MS Windows, Ubuntu , trackback

In Windows:
1. Run “cmd” as Administrator
2. type “bcdedit.exe”. This will list all of the OS that start up in Windows Boot Manager
3. Enter the command bcdedit.exe/delete {OS ID}, for an example:

bcdedit.exe/delete {802d5e32-0784-11da-bd33-000476eba25f}

Ref: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=829466


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