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trying to remove linux gOS and GRUB


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Alaster

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Im trying to remove grub and linux so only windows vista is on my computer.(gOS is on my microsd card and windows is on my harddrive)
After taht i am going to install ubuntu to my microsd card/
how can i make it so that nexttime when i install ubuntu it loads windows by default, and it only loads linux when i have the sd card inserted.
(right now it wont load without the sd card inserted)
thanks.
I also need help with my partitions,
(here is what i am looking at)
I dont know which to delete and stuff.

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Before we start, do you have a Windows XP disc?
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Have a look here.
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Before we start, do you have a Windows XP disc?

no,and
I have solved this problem.
I used the super grub disk and repaired the mbr and then uninstalled linux from my msd card.
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