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There are several things you can do with the Ubuntu Desktop version (the *.iso file) that you download from the Ubuntu site here. You can: Run the Wubi installer, to install within Windows Boot a Live CD/USB version where you can boot Ubuntu directly from the CD/USB Install Ubuntu onto the hard disk When you make a bootable CD/USB with this *.iso file, ...
Wubi doesn't format anything, it installs as a program in windows, then when your computer boots up it'll let you choose ubuntu or windows, it leaves your C drive alone. Hope I helped. EDIT: Nor does it matter the language you choose, even if it auto detects it, you can change your language in ubuntu.
Go to Control Panel, Add/remove programs, double click on Ubuntu Although Wubi is well known to install Ubuntu inside Windows, it also contains a helper menu if you open an Ubuntu DVD in Windows. It does not offer to install inside Windows by default anymore. The first option (Reboot) simply reboots the computer. The second option does nothing (you will ...
Well, re-installing windows is not going to delete the data in your ubuntu install, but it is going to undo the configuration in windows, including the boot loader. You could try various backups or copying "D:\ubuntu\disks\root.disk" (or whatever), but as you are starting with a fresh install of Windows, why not go ahead and do a traditional installation of ...
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