Hello all, I have recently uninstalled Ubuntu 12.10 and reformatted my HDD to its factory state because I had a lot of problems with my dual boot configuration, much of which I'm blaming on this being my first time doing something like this. But hey, I did it to learn, and that's what I'm doing! Everything is working fine, but now when I look into my EasyBCD bootloader tool in Windows, there are about 8 boot entries for Ubuntu, and the same goes when I interrupt startup and select "Boot Devices." When I select one of the entries in Boot Devices, it takes me to grub rescue and says "the partition does not exist" because it is pointing to a partition that I have deleted. I have deleted all of the entires from EasyBCD but everytime I reboot they reappear. I believe that they are entries in my Windows bootloader that have been created by incorrectly installing Ubuntu. I just want all of this gone and my machine back to booting directly into Windows with that being the only option because I plan to reinstall Ubuntu a completely different way in order to make it appear in my Windows 8 OS selection screen (It's much prettier ) and I think that all of these other entries will be an issue. Especially because I am practically OCD and I know they're still there . Any help is greatly appreciated!