Hi everyone. So I have your average Windows XP emachines PC. Just a few days ago, I booted and installed Ubuntu 9.10 32-bit on my pc, to make it dual booted. I just wanted to see what ubuntu was like. Pretty nifty, nice graphics, etc. So I go to uninstall it (from XP):
or whatever the dir is. I run it, and then It tells me that Ubuntu is uninstalled. Great! I reboot my pc, but then it tells me from BIOS that I have two operating systems to choose from: Microsoft Windows XP home edition, and Ubuntu. It looked something like this (my lovely mspaint skills :D) But I uninstalled Ubuntu! So i was all like "wtf?" :confused: Being me, I selected Ubuntu and then my pc froze... I freaked out and then powered down my pc :scared:.. So pretty much I have no ubuntu files on my computer what so ever, but it says that ubuntu is an operating system that I can choose from!? I haven't the slightest clue how to get rid of this, and I can't risk messing my pc up. I don't have my XP cds, and I can't afford to reformat my pc, thus losing all of my files.. I'm really in a jam. If you have any comments or suggestions/solutions, please let me know! I would be more than enthusiastic to here from all of you. Thanks!