I have a 1TB nvme drive with EndeavourOS on it as my main OS, and a second 120GB ssd with Windows on it. Recently I had to reinstall windows, and didn’t unplug the nvme drive first like I should have. So it installed its bootloader into the boot partition on my nvme drive instead of creating a new boot partition on the 120GB ssd like I wanted/expected. It seemed to work ok for a while, I almost never use Windows anyways. But recently I updated the bios on my motherboard and it automatically booted into windows, and poof my grub was gone, so I had to chroot into Endeavour and regenerate it (thank you so much for your wiki post on how to do that, total life saver).
Anyway, now I want to remove the Windows bootloader from my nvme boot partition, and either wipe windows for good or reinstall it properly this time. How do I remove the Windows bootloader without risking damaging my EndeavourOS install? I’m fairly new to Linux and don’t know how this all works.