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I have Windows, and I wanted to install Ubuntu. I accidentally installed it without WUBI. Now I can't uninstall it.

Any suggestions?

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Your question is not very clear. Try to explain in a more detailed way what you did. – Sekhemty Apr 23 '13 at 8:20
Do you have dual boot when you turn on the PC ? You want to uninstall the Ubuntu now? – Sepahrad Salour Apr 23 '13 at 8:49

Uninstall Ubuntu using Ubuntu

This method can be used when we installed the Windows and Ubuntu dual-boot partitions and autonomous. First, ENTER in Ubuntu and downloaded, depending on which version you have installed Ubutnu, this tiny application:

Download ms-sys to Ubuntu 32-bit32 bit

Download ms-sys to Ubuntu 64-bit64 bit

Download ms-sys to Powerpc

then, install it (just double-click on the downloaded file and follow the indications). after which if you only have one hard disk, open the terminal (Applications / Accessories / Terminal) and paste this line:

sudo ms-sys-w / dev / sda

finally you can delete the partitions of ubuntu with Gparted or other utility under Windows

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