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How to delete GRUB of Linux from the MBR and leave Window's one????

Hi guys.. My question is simple. I had UBUNTU installed in my PC DELL XPS 410 in dual boot mode with Windows Vista. I used the boot loader of Windows Vista and get as an option to load the GRUB of Linux whenever I needed to boot linux. I deleted UBUNTU and I wanted to keep Vista only so I can installed another Distro. But GRUB doesn't dissapear from the boot menu, I tried in google almost everything to erase it and live MBR clean with Windows only but nothing, still having the same problem.... :(

Any advise?


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