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What would happen after I uninstall all the OS using OS-Uninstaller? For more information about OS-Uninstaller, you can visit the wiki and Ubuntu Forums

Will I be able to boot from USB or CD so that I can make a fresh install of an OS? I wish to do it before doing a fresh install of an OS.

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All OS Uninstaller does is nuke disk partitions that it detects. It doesn't stop you booting to media like USB or CD... Assuming you don't nuke the USB partition.

And if you're just planning on wiping a disk down before installing Ubuntu, you can do all of that from inside the installer without needing to use third party software.

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Thanks for your answer! When you say " It doesn't stop you booting to media like USB or CD... Assuming you don't nuke the USB partition", do you mean formatting the USB where the OS I wish to install has been burnt? –  pablofiumara Oct 29 '13 at 14:24
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I mean formatting the Live USB you'd be installing from (eg where you burnt the Ubuntu ISO). –  Oli Oct 29 '13 at 14:25

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