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How Can I Remove Ubuntu From My Dell Mini To Add Windows 07 W/O a CD Drive?

Okay, So I Got A Dell Inspiron Mini As A Gift. Unfortunately Its Equipped With Ubuntu. I Hate It. I Have Microsoft 2007 The Disk But How Can I Get Ubuntu Off To Microsoft On It? Please Help. And Can The Memory Of My Computer Even Take Microsoft 07- & To Add It Has The Sticker On My Computer Saying It Had Windows XP.

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  1. Drift | Sep 19, 2010 | Reply

    You would need an external optical drive (USB connection) or a bootable usb with windows 7 on, i upgraded my netbook from Ubuntu 9.10 (linux) to windows 7 and it runs really well, it also depends on your specs, i have a 80GB hard drive and 1GB RAM, you would need to find out the system requirements by going to the back of the windows 7 case or by looking it up online.

  2. Nathan W | Sep 19, 2010 | Reply

    You’ll need to delete the partition(s) containing Ubuntu and create an NTFS (Windows) partition. Be aware that this will delete all your files so you’ll want to back up important photos, documents, etc. to a USB drive. If you don’t have a “USB drive” a standard MP3 player will also work if it has enough storage. When you boot the Windows DVD it will give you the option to delete the Ubuntu partitions and reformat the hard drive as NTFS.

    It’s possible to boot from a USB flash drive and install Windows that way, but it’s not something I’d recommend attempting to do. A USB external DVD drive starts at $20 much easier to just buy an external DVD drive.

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