Remove Ubuntu from Boot list

Asked by Orwa Houry on 2018-11-04

I have recently installed dual-boot Ububtu 18 LTS with Windows 10 on my laptop "Lenovo Yoga 500" . After That I had some problems with CTRL keys.
I decided to install a clean windows and remove Ubuntu. So, I removed all the partitions on my Hard disk and installed windows again
but the CTRL problems still there and if I go into BIOS or tried to boot from other device, Ubuntu still on the Boot list

can some one explain that and how to solve the problem ?
thankx

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2018-11-05
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2018-11-06

I suggest you post on a Windows forum. If you don't have Ubuntu on your system then it's nothing to do with Ubuntu

Orwa Houry (orwa337) said : #2

Before write the problem here, I have contacted with widows support.
They told me: your problem caused by Ubuntu so you have to connect with them

Manfred Hampl (m-hampl) said : #3

For diagnostic purposes you might try running the bootinfo script from a boot-repair disk https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair
Maybe this reveals where Ubuntu is still present that it is shown on the boot list.

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