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I have Ubuntu 12.04 installed onto my dual-boot system; how can I uninstall it?

Which partition(s) should I delete? As you can see, I have two used/Full up 'Other' partitions and one ext4 partition. The two other partitions have the partition id: (0x82) and the ext4 partition has: (0x83).

How can I safely uninstall Ubuntu, without screwing up the bootloader) (I found a program somewhere which can fix the Windows bootloader but forgot the name)

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marked as duplicate by LiveWireBT, Lucio, g_p, karel, Eric Carvalho Dec 16 '14 at 12:05

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

The two other partitions can be actually a partition with a filesystem which the program (I guess it is easeus) can't recognize or they may not contain a filesystem itself.

I would first two run Windows startup recovery (from Windows 7 DVD) to set the Windows bootmanager the default and then remove the two "unknown" partition and one Ubuntu ext4 partition.

See this question also : How to remove Ubuntu and put Windows back on?

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I don't think I have access to recovery media/USB sticks at this time. Is there another way to fix this without using recovery media? The software which I found for the bootloader was called EasyBCD, if that helps. – SkyX Oct 1 '12 at 17:07
Windows Recoery Media is not needed if you can still boot Windows (as it looks from the description). Tools like bcdboot and bootrec can be run from within Windows. – LiveWireBT Dec 15 '14 at 14:24

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