Repartitioning Hard drive after dual boot

  LFCcartesian 23:03 07 Jul 09
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I am currently dual booting vista with ubuntu, I pick whichever to boot via the grub menu.

Currently my ubuntu partition is not working after I tried to configure the ATI Radeon drivers. I've posted questions on various linux forums but have not had an answer that has helped me fix it.

I want to "delete" the linux partition and reclaim it for windows and then "virtual PC" Linux in future.

Can I use a partition manager to extend the windows partition over the linux one? What would happen to the grub menu? Would it go back to a normal windows boot?

I'd appreciate any help.

  crosstrainer 23:34 07 Jul 09

If you still have a valid windows partition, then it might be an idea to reclaim your linux space by using a tool such as:

click here

It's free, and you can reclaim the corrupt partion on your \hdd.

Bear in mind that you will lose your dual boot linux ability, although you can reinstall this after saving all crtical data

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