I use Ghost 2002 myself for image backups/restore. To uninstall GoBack 3.x or higher from a multiple boot system, please follow these steps. 1. I uninstalled Linux Mint from a dual boot with Windows XP. Doing so is simple and straight forward: Fire up Disk Management as before. http://pseudoblog.net/dual-boot/dual-boot-2-drives-ok-but-get-ntldr-when-i-change-boot-bios-settings.html
I only had Go Back installed on my pc for 1 day before returning it. Hopefully, this should give you a good guide, though. I suggest using Drive Image 2002 and setting it up to do auto update images everyso often. If you didn't do that, then uninstall and re-install GoBack and see if that works. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/236118-44-system-restore-stupid-question
Install the GoBack software. Oh well, I don't care about the data lost, but it's a real pain to bring the computer up to date. System restoring to factory default, ubuntu and windows booting, all comes on one screen. I don't want to have to re-inform the masses.
It definitely is not intended for dual-boot systems. If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Insert Boot floppy and then try working in DOS, you get an error. Os Uninstaller Reply With Quote January 14th, 2002,08:28 PM #2 GodMonstr View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Super Duper Member Join Date Sep 1998 Location Prescott (gold motherload country), Arizona, USA Posts
migrating to windows 10 (so one operating system). at least it didn't take care of the grub problem. FYI. http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/how-to-safely-uninstall-ubuntu-in-windows-dual-boot-environment/ You should receive a message stating GoBack uninstall completed successfully. ------------------ Companies would rather lose you as a customer than fix the problem Vampirefo Companies would rather lose you as a
When the system reboots into Windows, click Start>Run. 8. How To Remove Grub From Windows 10 Looking at the manual it seems that if you select 'Easy Install' then the software should detect your disks/partitions. I have the Hard drive space for it as I know it requires quite a bit. I'm not computer geek enough to know the details of how it affects other aspects of your system.
Select to disable GoBack from the GoBack Boot Menu. 5. It may give you a warning saying that your computer may not boot, but with most Linux instalations this shouldn't be a problem (though if it is, check out this article How To Remove Ubuntu From Dual Boot Windows 7 Open VistaBootPRO and go to the "System Bootloader" screen 9. Remove Dual Boot Windows 10 I have been very happy with it so far.
Click OK. 6. his comment is here Advertisement prowler351 Thread Starter Joined: Jan 5, 2002 Messages: 478 i have to hard drives and both have complete versions of win XP pro on them.and whichever drive i use to Reply Dennis Chavez September 28, 2015 at 7:25 am Hey doefcoe, so first i create the win 10 iso disk from windows website, then delete the ubuntu partitions? Great for making a restore disk for computers you may work on for family. Remove Dual Boot Windows 7
Jesse Reply MP February 7, 2010 at 8:23 pm I tried the instructions offered. Alternatively, you can create multiple partitions from the free space or resize existing partitions to suit your needs.You can use utilities like GParted, Easues Partition Master or any one of the If you only have one active primary partition it would be a more stable HD environment for Goback to work from. this contact form Power over nothing is still nothing.
You would now need to boot from the Windows CD/DVD to restore the Master Boot Record. How To Remove Dual Boot Option In Windows 7 The main reason I'd like to protect the ME drive is that if it gets screwed up, then I can't boot into XP (I speak through experience ) Or is there It works :D Reply RH February 14, 2010 at 8:53 am I have deleted that partition and then reboot.
Alternatively if you somehow managed to mess up and can’t boot into Linux, you can use ext2 IFS which allows you access to your Linux paritions. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Dual-Boot Windows 7 and Ubuntu in Perfect Harmony Dual-Boot Windows 7 and Ubuntu in Perfect Harmony Dual-Boot Windows 7 and Ubuntu in Perfect Harmony Windows 7 and Ubuntu, despite their opposing Uninstall Linux Program buckaroo, Dec 31, 2002 #2 mal1930 Joined: Apr 27, 2002 Messages: 860 Hi, I had Goback on a dual system with win98 and XP Pro and everything seemed to work alright.
I make new image every 5 days and always keep at least 2 images (have 2 then make 3rd after & checking it I delete the oldest). The system will reboot and the uninstall process will continue. 8. At the very least, you will need to create a seperate partition in addition to your current hard drive with perhaps Partition Magic, or FDISK if you plan to format C: http://pseudoblog.net/dual-boot/dual-boot-need-soft-restart-for-successful-boot.html Any help I can get from here?
Can't remember exactly what it says. Make sure you have the right one before continuing!Right-click on the partition and choose "Delete Volume." This will delete the partition from your hard drive, leaving free space. ghost.radified.com (http://http://) is perhaps the most comprehensive and informative Ghost tutorial/informational website available. Select Force Install and then click on "Install Bootloader" End v.3.3 10.
All I know is it has restored my system nicely after a few disastrous software installs and accidental deletes. Once the above steps are complete, GoBack will be protecting and tracking on BOTH operating systems. For a change, I will be talking about how to uninstall Linux Ubuntu (or other operating systems) from a dual boot windows pc, and still being able to boot into other That process will vary a little based on which OS you're keeping, so here are three sets of instructions.
One could directly go to win10, but to be safe make sure a win7 boot disc is also created. The restore feature in ME and XP works quite well unless you have major problems. Join our site today to ask your question. Reply Noah October 24, 2009 at 4:10 pm Correction - Linux is a kernel which lots of great OS's use.
Followed instruction & works. 2 ubuntu partitions deleted.