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how can I uninstall ubuntu? and how can I delete this boot menu that always appears at the beginning? before the installation was the so-ever he just started windows xp without the stands start ubuntu or windows xp.

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  1. Frau B | Jan 10, 2011 | Reply

    Sorry help, I can tell you there is not, but what is that?

  2. Margarete S | Jan 10, 2011 | Reply

    how to uninstall Ubuntu can read on the following page.http://wiki. ubuntu users. de / Ubuntu_entfernen

  3. Peter W | Jan 10, 2011 | Reply

    First you need the Recovery Console:To start the Recovery Console, boot your PC with the Windows XP CD. Insert the Windows XP CD and boot your PC. First, the drivers for XP loaded, then A “Welcome” screen.Here you can press “R” (repair) to trigger the repair process, followed by “K” (console) to activate the Recovery Console. Windows XP then starts with the Recovery Console. A kind of MS-DOS environment.Now give the commandfdisk fixmbrone, which causes Windows Grub through the normal Windows – replace master boot record. Then windows should start normally. Afterward, Del handset then Control Panel-Administration-Computer Management-Disk Management and create the Linux partitions for an NTFS partition or increase the existing Windows partition.A pity, which you you could not get used to Linux – for the Internet, it is clearly better and safer. . .

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