chadleyw at pinnacle.co.za
Thu Feb 4 06:24:10 UTC 2010
> Then my recommendation would be to backup your Ubuntu install (or at
> least the /home folders) and just reinstall using the entire drive.
> You can muck about trying to remove Win7, resize partitions, etc. But if you
> prefer a 'clean' working sytem I'd reinstall. Consider putting the /home folder
> on a separate partition.
Totally agreed this is always the best course of action. You should be able to sort yourself out now. Let us know what you decided to and how the results turned out.
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