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I tried to uninstall ubuntu with easybcd and forgot to uninstall it from uninstall-wubi.exe. When I tried to unintsall it from that file, got an error:

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I have Windows 64bit installed as well and I installed Ubuntu via Wubi.

log: never mind, it's too long (478997 letters)

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If Ubuntu is not on your boot partition, can't you just delete Ubuntu's partitions? – th3pr0ph3t Feb 11 '12 at 19:51
Just delete the wubi folder... – Uri Herrera Feb 11 '12 at 21:02
This is a bug: (see for manual instructions) – bcbc Feb 11 '12 at 21:33
You can paste a log of virtually unlimited size at IF you do so, remember to give a link. – hexafraction Jul 20 '12 at 22:01

Use just plain Wubi, you can uninstall with that.

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If you installed with the Wubi installer (you ran the installer within Windows), then you can uninstall the installation by locating 'Ubuntu' in the Uninstall Programs list in the Windows Control Panel.

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