The Steps Required To Remove Ubuntu
- Remove Grub By Fixing The Windows Boot Record
- Delete The Ubuntu Partitions
- Expand The Windows Partition
Back Up Your System
If you have any data you wish to save within Ubuntu log into it now and back up the data to external hard drives, USB drives or DVDs.
Step 1 - Remove The Grub Boot Menu
Click "Create Disc".
Restart your computer leaving the disk in and when the message appears to boot from CD press "Enter" on the keyboard.
You will be asked to choose your keyboard layout.
Choose the appropriate options from the lists provided and click "Next".
Alternatively you can restore your computer using a system image saved earlier.
Leave the top option checked and click "Next".
All you need to do is fix the master boot record and this can be done from the command prompt.
Click "Command Prompt".
You can now close the command prompt window.
Click the "Restart" button and remove the DVD.
Your computer should boot straight into Windows 7.