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getting rid of dual boot ubuntu option
so i was on my aunts desktop, and i installed ubuntu via wubi installer.
the screen wasnt align right or anything probably due to a driver not being installed. anyway, i wasnt sure they really wanted it and i didnt want to have to mess with it to much. so i booted into windows and deleted ubuntu in the add/remove programs section.
when booting up i still get the option to boot into ubuntu, is there a way to get rid of this?
im not sure it will even boot into it i haven't tried but it does have the option to.
any help appreciated.....