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I installed Kali Linux (Debian distro) dual boot with Windows 7 but there were some damages with the ISO file i downloaded so Kali didn't install correctly, please how do I uninstall Kali dual boot with Windows?and how to completly uninstall grub?i mean when I boot my PC computer directly boots into Windows cuz i'm gonna redownload the ISO file and reinstall Kali on my PC Thank you in advance

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closed as off-topic by gertvdijk, Warren Hill, karel, vasa1, Kevin Bowen Oct 13 '13 at 16:06

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Kali is not Ubuntu. It's offtopic here I am afraid. – gertvdijk Oct 13 '13 at 8:58
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Go to Windows partition manager and delete the partition where you installed Linux and then format it. Start fresh installation.

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well I actually already tried to delete the Linux partiton with diskmgmt.msc but when rebooting the PC rescue_grub appears and says no such partition when I trype rescue_grub>help an error occurs i couldn't log in to windows so i had to get the linux DVD and reinstall it so i can log in to windows – funkypunkypinkypow Oct 13 '13 at 12:06

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