Originally Posted by ForTheFun
Thank you for responding, and i got gpart but once here now what?
In the upper right hand corner, there is a device selector drop-down menu. Get that to point to /dev/sda or whichever partition your Windows stuff lives. Hopefully this same device also has your Ubuntu drive(s). Not being able to see it makes it difficult. The main part of the window has one row per partition. Look at the "Flags" column way over on the right. Right click on that and you should get a checkbox menu. For the Windows partition, turn on "boot". For the Ubuntu partition, turn "boot" off. Now end gparted and restart. You should be coming up in Windows. If you want to reuse the space Ubuntu takes up, there are a whole host of Windows programs that can edit the partition table. I'm not current in Windows-land at the moment, but the product I recall having the most power over partitions is something called Partition Magic. I can't give you any more clues. Good luck!!