Question 1: Recently I have installed Ubuntu 12.04LTS in one of my NTFS partition (converting it into ext4 JFS during Ubuntu installation). Now GRUB2 has became my default boot manager. Using easy bcd software I have changed my bootloader(GRUB) to windows boot manager. Now if I want to remove ubuntu & if I delete that partitions(my partitions: root,swap,home) using windows disk management , that holds ubuntu, then is there any possibilities to fail my pc to boot?
If I format the free space (after deleting partitions that i get) to NTFS again, is it will work smoothly with my windows 7?
Question 2: If I want to reinstall ubuntu then what I have to do?
If I just show the mount points of my previous root,swap,home & format them & mount them as root,swap,home during new installation, is it the right process to reinstall???