Hey guys, I know you're pretty skilled with Linux. After being on XP for several years, I decided to try Ubuntu. I downloaded and burned my Live CD. I popped it in, tried Ubuntu, and didn't like what I saw (might change my mind.) Anyways, after exiting the demo mode and ejecting my Live CD, I tried to reboot and noticed it was taking considerably longer. I stopped playing PS3 and decided to actually watch the screen while it booted. Turns out every time I boot up, it now asks if I want Ubuntu or XP even though there's no CD in my drive and I haven't installed Ubuntu. How can I remove the Ubuntu? It adds like 20 seconds to my boot-up time and it's really annoying. Plus I don't know if it's taking up disk space or anything. P.S: If it helps, I was having trouble starting the demo. I tried clicking "reboot now" from the Live CD (in XP) but every time I rebooted it went straight to XP. I eventually tried the "help me boot from CD" option, and it didn't help either. I then realized that you have to select Ubuntu from the boot-up screen So yeah, maybe it's the stuff that installed when I selected "help me boot from CD."