I have Ubuntu with dual boot with windows 7...I want to get Ubuntu out of my PC...But my friend told me if i'll delete the partition of ubuntu it will delete the boot manager also,,"Grub"...
so i want to know how to safely remove ubuntu without formatting the PC n widout gettin' any loss of data...!!
If you partitioned it you might be able to re-partion the Ubuntu HDD... I'm not sure other than that.
I am not sure about that, but maybe try to (from windows):
- if ubuntu is on a different HDD, simply format it, if not, delete the ubuntu volume, and extend the Windows volume (easy to do on windows 7) over the deleted one
if the ubuntu volume is 'before' the windows one, you cannot extend the second; but you can create another volume that you can use on windows
-then (without rebooting), use BCDEdit, I think there's a "windows boot recovery" thing, try it, or search on TEH INTERNETZ
if windows still doesn't work, try booting the install disk, there are several tools, especially in 7, that help recover
How did you install Ubuntu? Did you use Wubi? If so, you can just uninstall as you would a program.
If you didn't have wubi, but you had a proper installation of ubuntu, what you would do is use the Windows CD to repair the boot and that should, i think, replace grub2. Then you delete the ubuntu partitions from within windows.