Windows 10: Windows 10 boot menu after Linux Mint uninstallation Solved

  1.    02 Dec 2016 #1

    Windows 10 boot menu after Linux Mint uninstallation

    I installed Linux Mint alongside Windows 10 some time ago and tried it for a while. When I decided to remove Linux Mint from the laptop, I deleted the disk partitions it was installed on. Even though Linux Mint is deleted, it is still shown as an option on Windows boot menu when I start the laptop. How can I remove Linux Mint from the boot menu completely so the laptop boots directly to Windows as it used to do? Thanks..
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  2.    02 Dec 2016 #2

    • Open an elevated command prompt
    • Type bcdedit /enum
    • Locate the GUID for the Linux entry They look like {14105cca-1b7b-11e6-8afe-e38650dc991f}
    • Then delete the entry with bcdedit /delete {14105cca-1b7b-11e6-8afe-e38650dc991f} , substitute in your GUID
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  3.    02 Dec 2016 #3

    Thanks a lot Neemobeer,

    Did exactly as you told and it worked like a charm!!

    Thanks again!!
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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