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I have a Win/Ubuntu 11.10 dual-boot setup, where I am running the OSes on separate partitions of my laptop HDD. I assume the best method of uninstalling is 'simply' a matter of deleting the Ubuntu partitions -once I've made sure control is given to the Windows bootloader instead of grub after POST.
The question is: How do I do that?
Stuff I've tried:
I tried the boot-repair CD (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair), but that was a bit beyond my abilities to figure out if I could do it with that tool :/.
I also tried EasyBCD (http://askubuntu.com/questions/66070/how-to-set-windows-bootloader-as-default-bootloader). It couldn't identify my ext3 partitions, let alone change the bootloader.
Lastly, I tried installing startup-manager in Ubuntu, and using that to set the Win7 bootloader as default. But upon restart, it still loads grub.