- Formatted the partition with Ubuntu with NTFS: This removed the Ubuntu. Ofcourse, the key word is back up!
- Fixed the MBR: Bootrec.exe/FixMbr
Wanted to retrive the vista as the boot loader was then gone along with ubuntu.
I inserted the recovery DVD that came with the computer, restarted in
command mode for recovery and did
- So far so good... Ubuntu removed. However, after fixing the MBR, the "empty" drive did not show up.
- Installed Easeus Partition Master Home Edition 5.8.1 from download.com this allowed me to rewrite the partition name as D: instead of * NTFS.
- Restarted. All was well after that.
Sunday, May 2, 2010
How did I remove Ubuntu from my system
I never wanted to remove ubuntu. However, because of the space problem, I had to remove it. At first it did not seem to be quite easy job. Below I describe what I did: