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I Loath Ubuntu


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Alyshia

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Help e please i need to get this Kubuntu off of my lenovo laptop it was using windows 8 and i dont know how but some one installed kubuntu or ubuntu or korora or somthing on to it and i cannot stand it please help


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terry1966

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can you explain exactly what you see during start up, is there an option to boot into windows?

 

also when in kubuntu can you open a konsol/terminal window and type in

sudo fdisk -l

and post the results back in your next reply.

 

that way i can see exactly what partitions are on your hard drive and see if kubuntu was installed over the top of your windows 8 os and also check to see if you have a factory restore partition we can use to reset everything back to how it was when new if needed.

 

:popcorn:


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HolyCowZ

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If you have the windows disk that came with your laptop then just reinstall the operating system for windows 8

 

Pictures on how to install windows 8

http://www.wikihow.c...stall-Windows-8

 

Video on how to install windows 8


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flyboy1565

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If you have the windows disk that came with your laptop then just reinstall the operating system for windows 8
 


Most systems these days don't come with a disk. That said, if they have the ID I believe windows willl allow you to do a recovery. Might also check for a root partition.
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