I had Linux installation alongside Windows 10 on my dual booted laptop. I wanted to remove the Linux partition so I followed guides online so I deleted the 3 partitions associated with my Linux Mint installation... (I'm assuming I deleted every one...)
I then inserted my Windows recovery disk and then entered on the terminal the following commands,
bootrec.exe /fixboot and
bootrec.exe /rebuildbcd. I then rebooted and got a black screen saying
"Minimal BASH-like line editing is supported.", along with some more text.
So I then did some more digging around on the web and tried the following commands:
bootsect /nt60 C:
bootsect /nt60 sys
bootsect /nt60 all
bootsect /nt60 sys /mbr
but got the following as output on the terminal:
Bootcode is only updated on MBR partitioned disks. A different partitioning scheme is used on this disk'. Bootcode was successfully updated on all targeted volumes.
Is this message normal?
So I then did more googling and then booted from my Linux installation USB and installed then ran the boot-repair program. This also didn't work and the grub screen still appeared!
Does anyone know what could be causing the problem that the grub screen (
Minimal BASH-like line editing..) still appears?