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  1. #1

    Uninstall ubuntu from my laptop


    To Whom it may concern,

    I am brand NEW to Linux and would like to uninstall ubuntu from my laptop so that I can run INSTEAD on my mac.

    Ubuntu is the only OS on my laptop and I do not see an uninstall button or icon please help

    Sincerely
    Chris

  2. #2
    forum.guy
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    Welcome to the forums!

    You can delete the partitions, or install another distribution right over them.
    oz

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    How?

    Not to sound dumb but how do I delete the partitions so that i can reinstall xp on this laptop.

    I then will put linux on my mac and run in a VM machine to practice

    thanks again
    chris

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    forum.guy
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    The PartedMagic LiveCD is a very good tool for working with partitions, and it's easy to use:

    Parted Magic

    If you should need to remove GRUB from the master boot record (MBR), you can use the SuperGRUB LiveCD for that:

    Super Grub Disk Webpage: Home Page

    It's a great utility for working with GRUB, LILO, and Windows bootloaders.
    oz

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    you should just be able to pop in your windows xp cd, boot, and then delete the partitions and install windows without any problems

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