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To do that, click on the Add New Entry tab. reply Guest 15/09/2011 at 22:27 Thank you for the additional information TooLate, mine was the same way, Good job reply Abhishekchitvar 19/09/2011 at 09:59 bootsect /nt60 SYS /mbr USE THIS FORMAT Sign in to report inappropriate content. SUPY will this method completely format my window ...if yes then is there any way by which I can save my data ... check over here

Alex Thanks to your instructions now I have removed Linux boot loader successfully. I tried "bootsect /nt60 C:" a million times along with 50 other methods. I directed the Best,easy and work without Internet. –Ketan Patel Aug 4 '12 at 10:45 @Ketan_Patel Thanks for the help, I think my problem was more complicated than first Luke Addison Home lukeaddison 27/08/2009 Removing Linux Grub & Restoring Windows 7 Boot GUI Recently I had been playing with Kubuntu on my Windows 7 machine.  Don’t get me wrong, Kubuntu http://askubuntu.com/questions/171722/cant-boot-to-windows-anymore-after-removing-grub-on-a-netbook

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ran startup repair from my repair disc and it worked. For the record, my recommendation is to install the Linux boot loader, not in the MBR, but in the Linux installation's boot partition, or the main partition, if /boot is not Thanks alot! reply Chrazritt 18/03/2011 at 15:51 In the past I had trouble with the recovery disks my computer generated for the purpose of doing a factory reset.

How to boot my another os or boot windows 7by usb JD Worked perfectly! In this scenario, the Startup Repair function does not work. This will take to the System Recovery Options screen. Remove Bootloader Android reply 1uk3 18/05/2012 at 08:58  Really glad it helped you out!

Nice infoReplyDeleteAnonymousSeptember 7, 2013 at 1:30 AMThank you very much!!!Pooched my Win7 after updating Kubuntu - in VirtualBox... How To Remove Linux From Dual Boot Windows 7 So far, my only solution has been to reinstall Linux on about five gigs of the HD so Windows can boot again. reply vetticus 13/07/2013 at 04:22 you are my freakin' hero! reply Shehabic 18/06/2013 at 01:34 Thanks a lot this saved me a lot of time, Well done reply AamirSanwari 01/12/2013 at 11:10 YOU ARE A SAVIOR.!!!!!!!!

How to block Hot Network Questions in the sidebar of Stack Exchange network? Remove Linux Bootloader Windows 10 Finally after using "bootsect /nt60 C: /mbr /force" it worked!! Let me know if you try it and it does. To restore Windows 7's boot loader to the MBR, click on the BCD Deployment tab.

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Shariq choose an operating system to start ,, i wana remove this,.. http://askubuntu.com/questions/171722/cant-boot-to-windows-anymore-after-removing-grub-on-a-netbook Without /mbr it was still stating up the GRUB. Deleted Ubuntu Partition Grub Rescue Windows 7 And now it says something. Remove Grub Windows 8 Click the Add Entry button.

Ananth its nice thank you so much arvin kumar thank you it working Manohar Thanks. check my blog reply deepanshu 25/02/2014 at 17:39 thankyou very much!! asked 4 years ago viewed 16360 times active 2 years ago Blog Stack Overflow Gives Back 2016 Developers, Webmasters, and Ninjas: What’s in a Job Title? That was easy, right? Deleted Linux Partition Can't Boot Windows

your a system saver. A blackout knocked out my computer and it would only load GRUB, and /mbr was the only thing that would work! Thanks Sachin Mehra If you have a dual-boot system with Linux and Windows, then you probably know that when you start your system first Linux boot loader appears showing Linux as this content Loading...

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I had the same problem (Vista animation on my Windows 7 Box) - nothing to do with dual booting, but because I had a 'selective startup' in place before I installed

Spent a few hours going through sites which ended up being useless and finally I can get to sleep! my system is 64bit, and win 7 home premium. It'll not format Windows. Remove Linux Bootloader Windows 7 Boot using Windows setup disc and run the commands.

Above steps will remove the Linux boot loader from startup and you'll directly boot into Windows operating system. Thanks for the post! jitendra I deleted ubuntu before that grub things..now my computer stuck in grub menu.please help me.. have a peek at these guys Got mine sorted within 45 minutes.

It is worked. Once at the Command Prompt, type the following: Bootrec /fixmbr Bootrec /fixboot These commands repair the Master Boot Record which contain information regarding the Hard drives partitions and then repairs the Related Post: How to speedup AnsibleYou should see the Windows boot menu that you saw on the first page of this article. VG ^^ You just need to run the above mentioned commands by booting your computer with Windows setup disc.

UbuntuHelpGuy 212,134 views 3:48 Dual Booting - How to remove Ubuntu and the GRUB Loader - Duration: 8:02. Although, this will work regardless of the distribution of Linux you are using.

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