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I downloaded Ubuntu 13.10 so that I could remove the administrator password on my laptop since I forgot it.I was in "try Ubuntu" mode while trying to recover/reset the password, but I kept running into issues.
I hit "Install" the next time, went through the steps up to the part where it didn't give me an option to install alongside Windows Vista. I just installed it and it brought me to the "Disk/Partition" part of the install. I used my hard-drive (/dev/sda3). Since then, I have not been able to use Windows Vista. Please advise how to uninstall Ubuntu 13.10 and revert the changes. Thanks!I would like to remove Ubuntu 13.10 from my windows partition /dev/sda3. How would I do this? Will it revert the partition back to Windows Vista? Please advise. Thanks!
Instead of trying to uninstall Ubuntu 13.10 I just decided to complete the following steps to get Windows Vista back on the correct partition.
- Logged into Ubuntu 13.10 and changed drives/partitions to NFTS in "Disk"
- download Wintoflash [here]
- Followed the instructions [here]
After installing Windows Vista via USB my operating system was back up and running!