I was using Linux Mint in addition to Windows 10 ,my primary OS. After deleting Linux Mint I saw that Linux Mint is still shown as an option on Windows boot menu.Probably I didn't remove Linux properly. I just deleted the disk partition it was installed on.Now, how can I remove Linux Mint from the boot menu so the laptop boots directly to Windows as it used to do? Thanks..

  • Can you able to boot linux still? – vembutech Dec 1 '16 at 18:05
  • You can delete the linux partition and check. – vembutech Dec 1 '16 at 18:09
  • No I can't boot into linux, as I already deleted linux partitions as you said. But I still see Linux Mint option in the start up. If I choose it, it takes me to a DOS screen which says error:no such partition entering rescue mode....etc..... I just want the Windows Boot manager to disappear and windows start when I turn on the laptop. – Gokturk Demir Dec 1 '16 at 19:24

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