Long story short I got a netbook and as with all netbooks Windows is a little slow at times on it, I hadn't used Ubuntu in a long time and figured I'd give it a try since it was pretty fast on old computers, I shrunk Windows 7 50GB, put Ubuntu at the end of the hard drive, found out Ubuntu went WAY downhill in quality, booted into Windows 7 recovery and followed these directions exactly to reinstall the Windows bootloader (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Re...ta/7Bootloader
), rebooted into Windows 7 fine with GRUB2 now gone and went into disk management to delete Ubuntu, then extended the Windows partition back but was informed it could not be extended all the way because it was marked for boot, so now I have 1MB at the end of the drive that I can't use for some reason and I'm not sure but to me the attributes look weird to me now. System Reserved has (System, Active, Primary Partition) and C: has (Boot, Page File, Crash Dump, Primary Partition).
Like I said everything is working fine again, just was wondering if that sounded right and why Windows won't let me use the last bit of the hard disk now? Tempted to use the parted command off my Ubuntu USB to extend it the rest of the way but am wondering if for once Windows was stopping me from resizing a partition for a good reason. Windows lack of functionality in the disk management area has always bugged me thus I tend to use Ubuntu for just that one task off a LiveUSB.