Remove Ubuntu 10.10 From Windows 7 Dual Boot

There may come a time when you want to remove Ubuntu from you Windows 7 dual boot scenario.
To do so is achieved easily by following these steps below:
Enter Disk Manager under Windows 7 and delete all the Ubuntu partitions. If you are not sure or do not understand which are the Ubuntu partions you probably should not make any changes to any of your partitions.
Once all the Ubuntu partitions are deleted you should re boot with your Windows 7 installation disk. Make sure the system boots from that media.
After the sustem boots go into the command pompt mode of the system repair options. At the command prompt enter the two following commands:
bootrec /fixmbr
bootrec /fixboot
Reove the media and you should boot to the Windows 7 partition.
You have just restored the Windows 7 master boot record.

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