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Boot-up Options? Answered

I had installed Ubuntu as a program that I can run within windows, just to try it out. Turns out it didn't quite fit my needs. When my computer boots up, it gave me the option to boot from windows or Ubuntu. Well, since I no longer want Ubuntu, I uninstalled it following the directions given by their website. I still have the option to boot Ubuntu when my computer starts up, but when I select it, It won't boot. I want Ubuntu out of my options to boot from. Anybody know how I would remove it from the list?

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Vyger

Best Answer 8 years ago

You need to edit the boot.ini file. You can do that now in windows with the pcconfig utility. Use the run command, type pcconfig and enter and there is a boot tab that allows you to make the changes.

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VygerVyger

Answer 8 years ago

Sorry, I meant msconfig not pcconfig, its been a long day.