Windows 10 Dual boot issue and need help?

sam221186

New Member
I have 3 partition in my pc C, E,and F. I installed Prime Os in E DRIVE and had installed windows 10 in c drive.
I used prime os for pubg.
I installed it and after first restart i could not go into the prime os. The boot was only going with windows 10.
So i ised easybcd 2.4 i guess for the first time after watching a youtube video and selected e drive for prime os. But the option of prime os was not there so i marked as Linux or x86 processor.
Now i have a issue that after boot i can gi to windows also.
My pc is stuck with neosmart linux showing 3 times and, 4th option is neogrub bootloader.
Please help.
How to get back windows without booting. Else i have to reinstall windows.
I am not smart as you guys out there.
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livix07

Well-Known Member
Boot into NeoSmart Linux and reinstall the GRUB (completely remove it and than install it again). Windows should appear in the GRUB after that.
 


sam221186

New Member
How to do that. I am a windows guy and don't know much about Linux.
Boot into NeoSmart Linux and reinstall the GRUB. Windows should appear in the GRUB after that.
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livix07

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How to do that. I am a windows guy and don't know much about Linux.
Then I highly recommend that you reinstall Windows and use Linux in virtualbox (NO dual boot). It is better for you.
Follow this tutorial:

 


sam221186

New Member
Then I highly recommend that you reinstall Windows and use Linux in virtualbox (NO dual boot). It is better for you.
I have reinstalled windows but the dual both option is showing. I want to get it removed altogether. Please help. Thanks

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livix07

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I have reinstalled windows but the dual both option is showing. I want to get it removed altogether. Please help. Thanks
You should remove Linux from your computer and reinstall Windows. Basically, you have to reformat the disk so that Linux is completely removed from it.

Please follow this tutorial:
 


sam221186

New Member
You should remove Linux from your computer and reinstall Windows. Basically, you have to reformat the disk so that Linux is completely removed from it.

Please follow this tutorial:
Yeah i didn't format the 100 system drive.
I am again installing the windows and these time i formatted te system drive. Let see what happens. Thanks.

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Joey1394

Active Member
I have dual-booted with Windows & Linux for years, and yes, there are times a person wants to delete the Linux partitions in Disk Management, and remove the dual-boot grub.

To get rid of the dual-boot Linux puts in and go back to a Windows boot only... At a C-prompt type: bootsect /nt60 C: /mbr

If you wish to format and install fresh... don't forget to re-write the partition table, otherwise the pesky dual-boot don't leave. Most systems now-a-days can use GPT for the partition table.
 


Spirit Wolfe

Honorable Member
I use EaseUS Partition Master 13.0 (I highly recommend the purchase of a lifetime key), I had to move some hard drive free space around and, I think, you can also rewrite the partition table without deleting and re-installing Windows. Although, I have never tried it, so I do not know for sure. Does anybody know for sure? Curious. :andwhat:
 


Joey1394

Active Member
To the best of my knowledge... when you create a new partition table, ALL partitions/data is gone.
 


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