So anyway I did this to the point at which I dont see the linux partition. but it still showing when i reboot help me remove it completely as it did not install correctly.
I did this but dont see the partitions is there any other way to remove it or what should I look for. I dont see any ext partitions either. (not sure if linux loaded correctly but either way its at the start up when I restart)
- EasyBCD (download http://neosmart.net/Download/Register/1)
Just write something in those boxes, and you’ll be able to download it free.
- You’re at the GRUB menu, Boot into Windows 7
- Having the EasyBCD, now Open EasyBCD
- Go to BCD Deployment
- By default, you will have the Install the Windows Vista/7 bootloader to the MBR, button checked. If you don’t have that checked, check it now! (before it’s too late…)
- Click on Write MBR (that red button). This removed the GRUB menu, and made Windows 7 load automatically.
- Go now to Edit boot menu.
- Highlight Windows 7
- Check Skip the boot menu.
- And then Save settings.
- Close EasyBCD.
- Right – Click on My Computer
- Click on Manage, and the partitions will pop-up now, you’re just going to remove the Linux partition.
- Right-Click on the Linux volume and click Delete volume.
- Now Right-click on the deleted volume and click Delete partition. Now you lost everything on Linux, if you didn’t back-up your files, they’re gone forever.
- Now right click on your Drive that’s near the empty partition, and click on Extend volume. It will automatically set the size of extension, just click next and you’re done.