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comment “uninstall” Ubuntu, delete partitions and install FreeDos
If you're planning on running only windows and don't want to go back to anything else you had I would wipe the whole disk and make the resulting unallocated space a single FAT or NTFS partition. the windows installer will then detect the disk and will configure your setup automatically
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comment “uninstall” Ubuntu, delete partitions and install FreeDos
No problem! Glad if it helps
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comment can't browse on wifi (wlan0)
When you access the wifi through your phone, are you redirected to a login page on your phones browser maybe? Many "open" networks I've seen work like that. You connect to the wifi, open a browser, it redirects you to a login page where you have to agree to their terms of service and maybe input some information about yourself and then you can use the internet. So if there is indeed this browser redirect going on you could try to copy the url from your phone and input in firefox on your laptop
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comment Why does audio stop playing when switching to a virtual terminal?
As I said I don't really now the processes going on in the background but I guess it has to do something with permissions. So you could work around it by switching to virtual terminal, logging in with the same user as in the gui shell and then assuming root with sudo -i