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So, I installed Ubuntu and I have the problem of "Running on low graphics mode". I've tried every advice to fix this, but none of them seem to work. I want to reinstall Ubuntu, as I think I may have done something wrong while installing. For that I have to delete my Ubuntu partitions, and I've found the main one. The problem is, I'm running dual boot with Windows and I have three recovery partitions and one primary beside the ones from Windows and Ubuntu. What I would like to know is, if Ubuntu creates any recovery partitions while installing, or if I just have to delete the main one (of Ubuntu, of course) and it's done.

Here it is an image of my partitions. enter image description here The one of "EFI" I know I must not delete it. The others read like this:

  • "Good functioning state (Recovery Partition)"
  • "Good functioning state (Recovery Partition)"
  • "Good functioning state (Primary Partition)"
  • "Good functioning state (Recovery Partition)"
  • (F:) (Ubuntu) "Good functioning state (Primary Partition)"
  • (D:) (Windows) "Good functioning state (Primary Partition)"
  • (C:) (Windows) "Good functioning state (BOOT,..., Primary partition)"

I know I must delete the "F:" one, but I don't know about the other partitions as they have no System File stated. Could they be from Ubuntu?

Thank you in advance!

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It would be better if you upload gparted screenshot.To do that, boot from Ubuntu live disk then choose try Ubuntu option on startup.Now open gparted partition editor from dash.Take a screenshot and then upload it to imgur.com.Finally post the uploaded link here. –  Avinash Raj Mar 7 at 9:43
    
@AvinashRaj i.imgur.com/vtksVwk.jpg Here it is. I must delete the ext4 one and the Linux Swap one, right? What about that unknown, is it something related to Ubuntu? –  delta.echo Mar 10 at 10:08
    
it's not related to Ubuntu but don't delete it.What you have to do with that 128 MB? –  Avinash Raj Mar 10 at 12:32

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