I have Windows 7 installed as my main operating system on my machine and recently installed Hyper V Server on a separate hard disk. Now I have realised that I don't use Hyper V as much as I thought I might and want to remove it from the machine completely.
The only thing holding me back from completely formatting that disk is the boot manager. When I try to boot from the disk with Windows 7 installed on it, I get an error telling me the boot manager can't be found. However when the machine boots from the disk with Hyper V Server on it, the boot manager loads fine.
Basically what I want to know is, if I remove the Hyper V Server and my computer begins just trying to boot the Windows 7 disk automatically, will I continue to get this error of not being able to find the boot manager? If so, what steps will I need to take prior to the Hyper V uninstallation in order to be able to boot correctly into Windows 7?