I’m a new user to Linux and so I used the automatic Windows dual boot installer and it installed Ubuntu 64-bit 12.10 on my XP computer. But some of the Xilinx programs I need to run require 32-bit. So I need to either re-install or delete it and start over.
I've created a clean 32-bit Ubuntu install DVD but when I run it, it doesn't recognize that I already have a 64-bit version of Ubuntu installed so it doesn't give me a way to delete it. There is the
other option that should allow me to delete the partition but it doesn't show an Ubuntu partition, just a 150M Windows partition.
I don't care about anything in the Ubuntu directories so a full erase is okay. I can't seem to find any description on the web that match my problem so I'm not sure how to proceed.