A while back I installed Ubuntu on my drive along with Windows 7. I never used Ubuntu, and during a recent Windows reinstall, I formatted the entire drive and proceeded with my Windows 7 installation. However, at the a boot up screen, I am still presented with the option of loading Ubuntu. Clicking does not, in fact, load anything.
I only have two drive partitions: C:/ and the system partition. I haven't discovered any help in msconfig other than simply shortening the boot screen time. How can I remove this Ubuntu option?
I wonder if it's a GRUB menu rather than a Windows one? I still think that EasyBCD is the easiest way to sort out boot problems (and, no, I have no connection with Neosmart!).
if he "removed" the ubuntu partition, it can't be grub menu.lst, otherwise he should have used a seperate /boot which i doubt. it looks like a windows 7 boot loader, with should be fixable with either "fixmbr" or msconfig as someone said already.
I have the same problem. I meant to install Ubuntu as an application in Window 7 and not have a dual boot but I got the dual boot screen just the same. I reset the system to an earlier restore point and Ubuntu went away and there is no partition for it. But I can't get rid of the dual boot startup screen. I have tried system config and boot and only Windows 7 shows up but I still get a dual boot screen with Windows 7 and Ubuntu when I restart.