|10 Aug 2012||#1|
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Dual-boot, remove Ubuntu
i have installed windows 7 then ubuntu alongside it
everytime i start the pc up, there is a screen to choose the OS, that's OK
i think the boot partition is ubuntu
once i removed ubuntu completely from the device and i was unable to boot windows, not even after trying to repair Windows via its DVD, until i installed ubuntu again and did it
i want a way now to remove ubuntu and stay on Windows only, but i can't get it booted up, can anyone help me please???
Note: i removed Ubuntu via windows, right-click on my computer and manage, then formatted its partition
thanks in advance
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