I had Ubuntu and Windows running on my computer. Ubuntu had an error such that I could not load it, so I wanted to delete Ubuntu via Windows. I followed the directions found here: http://bobmorris.wordpress.com/2008/...-windows-only/
1) In Windows, launch Disk manager and remove every partition used by Ubuntu (root partition, swap, …)
2) Reboot with your Windows CD. When asked, choose “repair” and launch fixmbr. This command replaces GRUB with Windows bootloader.
3) Reboot again and you have done.
Once you are done, it you want to recover the space for Windows that was once used by Ubuntu. You can use the steps outlined above (going the the Disk Manager, etc). To create a new NTFS partition and assign it as something like the D: drive (or some other letter) to be used for data and so forth.
However, I think I neglected to delete one of the 3 Ubuntu drives, which MAY have caused the following problem:
When I try to run the repair function on the Windows re-installation CD, it says that it cannot find any hard drive on my computer, and therefore can't run the repair.
It then restarts the computer, and I get Grub 1.5 Error 22.
Any ideas on how to fix this so I can just run Windows again?