Uninstall ubuntu inside windows 7

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  1. Hi :)

    You cannot...

    All the best Brett :)
  2. Fresh install Windows and wipe Ubuntu during install by deleting all partitions.
  3. download gparted or knoppix and delete the ubuntu partitions and use the windows restore disk and open a command prompt and run
    fixboot.exe /fixmbr

    fixboot.exe /fixboot
  4. Depends on how you installed it, did you install it via WUBI or via live CD?
  5. Easiest way, if you did a full install and actually partitioned your drive would be to load your computer from the windows 7 disc (if you have it) and go to "repair my computer" then go to the command prompt and run bootrec.exe /fixmbr and then bootrec.exe /fixboot. Once you've done that, restart and you should be OK. Just go into your drive management console and extend your windows partition (you should have, I believe 3 black bars indicating free/unused space.) This is all off of the top of my head, but I've done it a few time, no issue.
  6. boot into windows and using minitool partition wizard wipe the ubuntu partitions..then restore the windows mbr using easy bcd..u may also add the free space left after deleting the ubuntu partitions to one of ur drives..
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