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In software development since August-2005. Quite good at C/C++ (gold badge) with bit of working knowledge in Java. I have been quite interested in developing a C++ source code (static and dynamic) analysis tool.

Right now I have founded a small start-up company for various software product development.

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comment Uninstall a pre-installed Ubuntu 12.04 to replace it with dual boot of Windows 8.1/Ubuntu 13.10
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comment Uninstall a pre-installed Ubuntu 12.04 to replace it with dual boot of Windows 8.1/Ubuntu 13.10
@bigbadonk420, I had an Ubuntu inside the my PC. I installed Windows 8 (removing old Ubuntu 12.04) and then Ubuntu 13.10 both one by one.
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answered Uninstall a pre-installed Ubuntu 12.04 to replace it with dual boot of Windows 8.1/Ubuntu 13.10
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comment Uninstall a pre-installed Ubuntu 12.04 to replace it with dual boot of Windows 8.1/Ubuntu 13.10
@Alvar, see the updated question. Do I need to delete all the partitions. Right now the "Delete" option is available for all the partitions except the last one (Drive 1 Partition 1: IR1_CENA_X64FREV_E). Or still I need to use Qparted?
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comment Uninstall a pre-installed Ubuntu 12.04 to replace it with dual boot of Windows 8.1/Ubuntu 13.10
I have updated the question with some of the images, which shows what I tried. Do I need to delete all the partitions shown in the last image? Right now the "Delete" option is available for all the partitions except the last one (Drive 1 Partition 1: IR1_CENA_X64FREV_E).
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