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I once installed Debian onto my hard drive with GPT so there is a grub on it. Recently I erased Debian and install Windows Server 2012. But the grub is still there (which can launch nothing and I am using Windows Bootloader). How can I remove it? Can the command bootrec /fixmbr work on GPT hard drive? Thank you.

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