Windows 10 Boot Manager Not Showing Up in BIOS

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  1. Posts : 30
    Windows 10 Enterprise
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    Windows 10 Boot Manager Not Showing Up in BIOS


    So I recently dual booted with Windows 10 and Ubuntu. I decided that I don't want Ubuntu at all anymore. I booted up my computer, was taken to the grub menu like usual, and I booted up using the Windows 10 Boot Manager. After that, I signed in, searched up disk management, and deleted the Ubuntu Partition (365 GB(ish), along with another partition, that had the same storage as the amount of RAM I have (8 GB). I then expanded the volume of my main disk with all of the unallocated space I had just created. After that, I thought it was a good idea to reboot my computer. After doing so, I booted up into the grub menu, where you type commands (not choose and click enter). I didn't know what to do, so I searched it up, and found that I still have access to Windows, by typing "exit" and clicking enter. I looked in my BIOS, and I no longer see Windows 10 Boot Manager. All I see is one that says something about ubuntu, which is the one that I'm assuming that I have been booting into. How do I get the Windows 10 Boot Manager back so I don't have to press enter "exit" in every time? And how do I get rid of the grub command menu thingy? I keep seeing solutions involving using a bootable DVD or USB, but I don't have one, I have burnable DVDs and USB flashdrives, I tried using the program Microsoft supplied me to make a burn device, but I only get the option to use Windows 10, not the OS that I have, which is Windows 10 Home Edition. HELP!
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  2. Posts : 5,833
    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
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    Hello, cameron121901. Welcome to Windows TenForums.

    Is this a UEFI BIOS?
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  3. Posts : 30
    Windows 10 Enterprise
    Thread Starter
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    Thanks.


    I have the ability to choose UEFI or I can use an option titled Legacy and UEFI.
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  4. Posts : 4,557
    Windows 10 Pro
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    Correct me if I`m wrong, but there is no Windows 10 Boot manager in a Bios.

    Did you google how to remove the Grub Menu ? Lots of hits came up.

    how to get rid of Grub menu - Google Search

    Don`t go making any changes in the Bios yet, you just need to get rid of any Linux traces.
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  5. Posts : 30
    Windows 10 Enterprise
    Thread Starter
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    My grub menu doesnít allow me to select anything. It only allows me to type in commands. And before I deleted the partition, I had the ability to choose something that said Windows Boot Manager, or something similar to that. Now, I don't have it at all.
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  6. Posts : 1,079
    10 + Linux
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    [Win 10] Disabling Grub in UEFI Mode Secure Boot Enabled


    The easiest way to neutralised Grub is in the Bios, under boot order, disable Ubuntu in the UEFI boot sources.

    Windows boot loader will be alone and machine will boot normally after. This method works after removing Ubuntu related partitions.
    Last edited by MikeMecanic; 27 Dec 2017 at 15:07.
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  7. Posts : 30
    Windows 10 Enterprise
    Thread Starter
       #7

    Okay I'll try that. Let's see...
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  8. Posts : 30
    Windows 10 Enterprise
    Thread Starter
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    So I tried doing what you said, and it just kept taking me straight to the bios when booting up. Didnít work.
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  9. Posts : 30
    Windows 10 Enterprise
    Thread Starter
       #9

    I think that might be what Iím missing. Windows Boot Loader.
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  10. Posts : 1,079
    10 + Linux
       #10

    Boot in Windows then and go there:

    Settings/Update & Security/ Recovery/Advanced startup/Restart now/Type exit if you enter Grub/Troubleshoot/Advanced options/Startup Repair.

    Windows will be diagnosing your PC.

    Hope this one works.
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