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How to remove Ubuntu and put Windows back on?
How to uninstall Ubuntu from a dual boot system?

I tried Ubuntu and decided Windows 7 was good enough for me.I tried to uninstall it but in Disk Management in Windows 7, I can't find the partition for Ubuntu. There are HP_Tools, OS (C:), Recovery (D:) and SYSTEM partitions and are all NTFS. My HDD has 250 GB, but it shows only ~230 GBs. I'm confussed about what's going on, as I'm pretty sure I had Ubuntu installed, even booted into it a few days back. I even used EaseUS. Shows the same thing as Disk Management. I've made a Ubuntu Live USB. How do I get Ubuntu off my laptop? Thanks in advance.

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marked as duplicate by stephenmyall, jokerdino, Eliah Kagan, Ringtail, Luis Alvarado Nov 3 '12 at 18:13

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Could be because of EXT3 partitions? – user103799 Nov 3 '12 at 18:53

First Boot ubuntu. Go to Home folder. Right click in window. Select Properties. Note total Size. That's your Ubuntu drive's size. Boot with windows , Go to disk management. Your Ubuntu drive will be about 6 GB less than original size than you noted.

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Guys my problem isn't with not being able to load Disk Management or identify the Ubuntu partition. I literally do not see the Ubuntu partition itself in Disk Management or EaseUS. – user103799 Nov 3 '12 at 20:05

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