I used to have ubuntu installed in pc hard disk but for other purposes, I can have only windows installed. Now I have uninstalled all partitions having ext4 fs, so only ntfs and bootable fs (vfat32 I think) remain. But still, when I boot I see grub bootloader (GNU GRUB version -
Minimal BASH-like line editing is supported. For the first word, TAB lists possible command , …). Now I would like to remove this as well. I have tried to go to recovery mode, and from there to command prompt:
bootrec.exe /fixmbr and then
bootrec.exe /fixboot but
access denied (I do not know why), but neither helped - I am still entering the grub. I do not have any media with full windows installation so I cannot boot from usb and make full install (I have tried although full restart which reinstalled the whole windows - still did not helped). So How can I delete/remove the grub bootloader from master boot record (or wherever it resides) to boot directly to windows?
PS: to get from the bootloader, I have to at least twice
exit from the bootloader, when it finally boots windows. How to delete the bootloader?