How can I remove the ubuntu partition so WINDOWS VISTA fills the whole HDD? I haven't got a Windows installation disk but I can get onto the Administrator CMD. Any help?
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First question is, who owns the MBR. If it is UBUNTU you have to install bcd in VISTA and rewrite the MBR. Then boot with a live CD in UBUNTU and use gparted to delete the Ubuntu partition and expand the VISTA partition.