Originally Posted by royaloakpoland
... I did an in windows install, and there are Ubuntu folders in windows, however there is no program on the add/remove programs list. ...
I have never dona a Wubi install. So it is difficult for me to try to troubleshoot this.
If there is no option to remove Ubuntu as per the link I gave:
Then you could just delete the Ubuntu folders that you have in Windows.
Then you would likely need to boot from your Windows CD or DVD (if you have one) and restore the Windows Master Boot Record (MBR), so that Windows can still boot.
Alternatively, you could install Ubuntu the real way, to a dedicated linux partition. This will set grub2 to control the MBR so you can boot both Windows and Ubuntu. Then you could just delete the Ubuntu folders that you have inside your Windows install and you should (hopefully) be good.