I installed Ubuntu 7.10 via LiveCD and it made a 100GB HD partition as I instructed and the program installed fine. It made a GRUB boot file where I could select between loading Windows 7 or Ubuntu on boot up. Everything worked fine. I then found out about WUBI. I installed Ubuntu 7.10 inside Windows 7 using WUBI. I then proceeded to delete the partition that I had originally installed Ubuntu to recover the space. I deleted the partition but did not get rid of GRUB. I have been able to reactivate the partition but on boot up GRUB no longer works. I am trying to get rid of GRUB and boot only into the Windows 7. I now have to load Windows using Super GRUB. Does anyone have any suggestions how I can get rid of GRUB? BTW, HP (C)
is set as "Healthy (Boot, Page File, Crash Dump, Primary Partition). There are five other partitions that are set as primary partitions. I suspect four may be for Ubuntu, but I am not sure. None of these four have drive letters. The only two that do are HP (c) and Factory_Image (D). They are marked as NTFS along with another one: System
I hope that I have given enough information so my problem is understood. I am at a loss on how to fix this.
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