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I installed Ubuntu 12.10 few days ago to test it on my computer using wubi.

Unfortunately I had a problem with my video card driver as I could not install it due to FGLRX issues.

I followed the how-to on installation very closely but it still didn't work. The result was poor graphics.

I want to go back to windows for now, by making a bootable flash drive in Ubuntu, but I have no idea how to boot up my flash driver from ubuntu either. Can anyone help with this?

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closed as not a real question by hexafraction, hhlp, Eric Carvalho, Ringtail, Thomas W. Jan 27 '13 at 19:30

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instead of giving negative votes u could give an answer. –  user126493 Jan 27 '13 at 12:03
    
Please post all of your hardware information. We cant give an answer if we don't have enugh info, so some people might downvote. I don't see any hardware info; voting to close. –  hexafraction Jan 27 '13 at 12:08
    
Don't take it personally it is just because there is a "way" of asking questions on stack exchange. try unetbootin formatting your usb to fat32 and mount your iso with unetbootin set your bios to boot from USB. What is your graphic driver? –  Magpie Jan 27 '13 at 12:11
    
Welcome to Ask Ubuntu! Downvotes are usuall the result of badly formatted, or easily searchable questions. Basically, the question could've been much better right off the start, which is what those votes reflect. –  user98085 Jan 27 '13 at 12:32

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To uninstall Ubuntu installed via Wubi, all you have to do is:

Run the uninstaller in "Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs" for Windows XP or lower or "Control Panel > Programs and Features" for Windows Vista or Windows 7. Alternatively, you can run: C:\ubuntu\Uninstall-Ubuntu.exe.

If the uninstaller fails, try downloading and running Uninstall-Ubuntu.exe.

If that doesn't work, there are other ways here on this WubiGuide.

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