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HOW TO UNINSTALL OR REMOVE UBUNTU FROM WINDOWS

Written By arunkumar on Wednesday, 27 February 2013 | 21:32


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Some of you might find Ubuntu too tough to handle and would wish to remove Ubuntu from dual boot option.

The process to remove/uninstall Ubuntu from Windows dual boot is quite simple and all you need is your Windows OS DVD or CD.

Here are the steps to uninstall Ubuntu safely from the dual boot option with Windows-

1) Login to your Windows operating system
2) Goto Computer management (search in Startup)
3) In the Computer Management window select the Storage->Disk Management
4) All the hard drives in the computer will appear along with Ubuntu Linux drive. Windows drive will have either file system as NTFS or FAT32. But Linux drive will be unnamed.
5) Right click on Linux drive(s) and delete it. 


Select the Linux Partition and delete it.

By deleting the Linux drive, you not only deleted the Linux partition but also the Linux grub loader.
Now you have to install the Windows bootloader. Restart your system and boot from the Windows DVD.
Select Repair your Computer to install Windows bootloader

In the appearing window, click on "Repair your computer".

Now select Command Prompt


Select the Command prompt

In the command prompt window type the following commands -
  • bootrec /fixmbr
  • bootrec /fixboot
Reboot your pc and you are done!


Some of you might find Ubuntu too tough to handle and would wish to remove Ubuntu from dual boot option.

The process to remove/uninstall Ubuntu from Windows dual boot is quite simple and all you need is your Windows OS DVD or CD.

Here are the steps to uninstall Ubuntu safely from the dual boot option with Windows-

1) Login to your Windows operating system
2) Goto Computer management (search in Startup)
3) In the Computer Management window select the Storage->Disk Management
4) All the hard drives in the computer will appear along with Ubuntu Linux drive. Windows drive will have either file system as NTFS or FAT32. But Linux drive will be unnamed.
5) Right click on Linux drive(s) and delete it. 
Select the Linux Partition and delete it.
- See more at: http://opensource-sidh.blogspot.in/2012/01/uninstall-remove-ubuntu-from-windows-no-data-loss.html#sthash.xPSReiPH.dpuf
Some of you might find Ubuntu too tough to handle and would wish to remove Ubuntu from dual boot option.

The process to remove/uninstall Ubuntu from Windows dual boot is quite simple and all you need is your Windows OS DVD or CD.

Here are the steps to uninstall Ubuntu safely from the dual boot option with Windows-

1) Login to your Windows operating system
2) Goto Computer management (search in Startup)
3) In the Computer Management window select the Storage->Disk Management
4) All the hard drives in the computer will appear along with Ubuntu Linux drive. Windows drive will have either file system as NTFS or FAT32. But Linux drive will be unnamed.
5) Right click on Linux drive(s) and delete it. 
Select the Linux Partition and delete it.
- See more at: http://opensource-sidh.blogspot.in/2012/01/uninstall-remove-ubuntu-from-windows-no-data-loss.html#sthash.xPSReiPH.dpuf
Some of you might find Ubuntu too tough to handle and would wish to remove Ubuntu from dual boot option.

The process to remove/uninstall Ubuntu from Windows dual boot is quite simple and all you need is your Windows OS DVD or CD.

Here are the steps to uninstall Ubuntu safely from the dual boot option with Windows-

1) Login to your Windows operating system
2) Goto Computer management (search in Startup)
3) In the Computer Management window select the Storage->Disk Management
4) All the hard drives in the computer will appear along with Ubuntu Linux drive. Windows drive will have either file system as NTFS or FAT32. But Linux drive will be unnamed.
5) Right click on Linux drive(s) and delete it. 
Select the Linux Partition and delete it.
- See more at: http://opensource-sidh.blogspot.in/2012/01/uninstall-remove-ubuntu-from-windows-no-data-loss.html#sthash.xPSReiPH.dpuf
Some of you might find Ubuntu too tough to handle and would wish to remove Ubuntu from dual boot option.

The process to remove/uninstall Ubuntu from Windows dual boot is quite simple and all you need is your Windows OS DVD or CD.

Here are the steps to uninstall Ubuntu safely from the dual boot option with Windows-

1) Login to your Windows operating system
2) Goto Computer management (search in Startup)
3) In the Computer Management window select the Storage->Disk Management
4) All the hard drives in the computer will appear along with Ubuntu Linux drive. Windows drive will have either file system as NTFS or FAT32. But Linux drive will be unnamed.
5) Right click on Linux drive(s) and delete it. 
Select the Linux Partition and delete it.
- See more at: http://opensource-sidh.blogspot.in/2012/01/uninstall-remove-ubuntu-from-windows-no-data-loss.html#sthash.xPSReiPH.dpuf
Some of you might find Ubuntu too tough to handle and would wish to remove Ubuntu from dual boot option.

The process to remove/uninstall Ubuntu from Windows dual boot is quite simple and all you need is your Windows OS DVD or CD.

Here are the steps to uninstall Ubuntu safely from the dual boot option with Windows-

1) Login to your Windows operating system
2) Goto Computer management (search in Startup)
3) In the Computer Management window select the Storage->Disk Management
4) All the hard drives in the computer will appear along with Ubuntu Linux drive. Windows drive will have either file system as NTFS or FAT32. But Linux drive will be unnamed.
5) Right click on Linux drive(s) and delete it. 
Select the Linux Partition and delete it.
- See more at: http://opensource-sidh.blogspot.in/2012/01/uninstall-remove-ubuntu-from-windows-no-data-loss.html#sthash.xPSReiPH.dpuf

How to uninstall or remove Ubuntu from Windows

Some of you might find Ubuntu too tough to handle and would wish to remove Ubuntu from dual boot option.

The process to remove/uninstall Ubuntu from Windows dual boot is quite simple and all you need is your Windows OS DVD or CD.

Here are the steps to uninstall Ubuntu safely from the dual boot option with Windows-

1) Login to your Windows operating system
2) Goto Computer management (search in Startup)
3) In the Computer Management window select the Storage->Disk Management
4) All the hard drives in the computer will appear along with Ubuntu Linux drive. Windows drive will have either file system as NTFS or FAT32. But Linux drive will be unnamed.
5) Right click on Linux drive(s) and delete it. 
Select the Linux Partition and delete it.

By deleting the Linux drive, you not only deleted the Linux partition but also the Linux grub loader.
Now you have to install the Windows bootloader. Restart your system and boot from the Windows DVD.
Select Repair your Computer to install Windows bootloader

In the appearing window, click on "Repair your computer".

Now select Command Prompt
Select the Command prompt

In the command prompt window type the following commands -
  • bootrec /fixmbr
  • bootrec /fixboot
Reboot your pc and you are done!
- See more at: http://opensource-sidh.blogspot.in/2012/01/uninstall-remove-ubuntu-from-windows-no-data-loss.html#sthash.xPSReiPH.dpuf

How to uninstall or remove Ubuntu from Windows

Some of you might find Ubuntu too tough to handle and would wish to remove Ubuntu from dual boot option.

The process to remove/uninstall Ubuntu from Windows dual boot is quite simple and all you need is your Windows OS DVD or CD.

Here are the steps to uninstall Ubuntu safely from the dual boot option with Windows-

1) Login to your Windows operating system
2) Goto Computer management (search in Startup)
3) In the Computer Management window select the Storage->Disk Management
4) All the hard drives in the computer will appear along with Ubuntu Linux drive. Windows drive will have either file system as NTFS or FAT32. But Linux drive will be unnamed.
5) Right click on Linux drive(s) and delete it. 
Select the Linux Partition and delete it.

By deleting the Linux drive, you not only deleted the Linux partition but also the Linux grub loader.
Now you have to install the Windows bootloader. Restart your system and boot from the Windows DVD.
Select Repair your Computer to install Windows bootloader

In the appearing window, click on "Repair your computer".

Now select Command Prompt
Select the Command prompt

In the command prompt window type the following commands -
  • bootrec /fixmbr
  • bootrec /fixboot
Reboot your pc and you are done!
- See more at: http://opensource-sidh.blogspot.in/2012/01/uninstall-remove-ubuntu-from-windows-no-data-loss.html#sthash.xPSReiPH.dpuf

How to uninstall or remove Ubuntu from Windows

Some of you might find Ubuntu too tough to handle and would wish to remove Ubuntu from dual boot option.

The process to remove/uninstall Ubuntu from Windows dual boot is quite simple and all you need is your Windows OS DVD or CD.

Here are the steps to uninstall Ubuntu safely from the dual boot option with Windows-

1) Login to your Windows operating system
2) Goto Computer management (search in Startup)
3) In the Computer Management window select the Storage->Disk Management
4) All the hard drives in the computer will appear along with Ubuntu Linux drive. Windows drive will have either file system as NTFS or FAT32. But Linux drive will be unnamed.
5) Right click on Linux drive(s) and delete it. 
Select the Linux Partition and delete it.

By deleting the Linux drive, you not only deleted the Linux partition but also the Linux grub loader.
Now you have to install the Windows bootloader. Restart your system and boot from the Windows DVD.
Select Repair your Computer to install Windows bootloader

In the appearing window, click on "Repair your computer".

Now select Command Prompt
Select the Command prompt

In the command prompt window type the following commands -
  • bootrec /fixmbr
  • bootrec /fixboot
Reboot your pc and you are done!
- See more at: http://opensource-sidh.blogspot.in/2012/01/uninstall-remove-ubuntu-from-windows-no-data-loss.html#sthash.xPSReiPH.dpuf
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