Remove GRUB/GRUB2/BURG and restore WINDOWS MBR

What you should have first is the win7 recovery disc and have it inside a CD/DVD or flash drive(use YUMI)
after booting the disc, go to the command prompt and type the following:

This part makes sure that "access denied" won't show up when restoring mbr.


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This part is the actual input to restore mbr. Again, "D" changes depending on your WINDOWS installation
bcdboot D:\windows /s D:
bootsect /nt60 D: /mbr
OR trie
bootsect /nt60 all
bootrec /fixmbr


Then you're done!