- Installed Ubuntu using wubi along side windows vista but on a separate drive (say E:, while my windows was in C:). It was all working fine.
- One fine day, when I logged into Ubuntu, got a popup from Ubuntu software center that a new version of Ubuntu is available for upgrade. Triggered the upgrade
- After ubuntu's upgrade, windows vista would work fine, but ubuntu wouldnt bootup, though I see ubuntu listed in the bootup screen
- Tried to uninstall ubuntu using wubi, but it woudlnt uninstall but rather throw an error
- I did a rather nasty thing here, by trying to format the drive, in which I had ubuntu to reinstall it. Managed to delete all the files in the Ubuntu drive. However, when I checked the disk size, it says, 3.5 GB used of 34 GB. So, somehow the Ubuntu files aren't fully removed.
- Tried formatting the drive from windows using, disk manager and also tried with EaseUs disk partition manager as well, couldnt format it. Couldn't retrieve this space.
Any idea how I can acquire this space back?