Windows 10: Ubuntu Boot option still available in UEFI BIOS after Dual Boot

  1.    21 Oct 2015 #1

    Ubuntu Boot option still available in UEFI BIOS after Dual Boot

    Recently I played around with dual booting Linux Mint on my system. I decided that I would delete it for the present as I have other things to focus on. However, after deleting partitions and fixing my MBR to only boot windows my UEFI BIOS still has instances of Ubuntu as a boot option. Just for the sake of cleaning my system I was hoping someone could help with this.

    My Motherboard is an ASUS M5A97 LE R2.0 with a UEFI BIOS. I'll provide screenshots of what's happening below. (Images were flipped upon upload for some reason)

    As you can see there are two ubuntu options for some reason.
    I tried to see if BCDedit would allow me to delete these but they didn't show up in BCDedit
    I'm not sure where else to look to delete these options in my BIOS.

    Thanks in advance for any help
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