HowTo Uninstall Fedora 19 and keep Windows 7 Safely

The recent post was about  Dual boot Installation windows 7 and fedora 19. this post is related to Uninstall Fedora 19 and keep Windows 7 Safely, i will be explaining all steps with screenshots.

On the  startup a boot menu appears like we can chose either windows 7 or fedora 19 see the blow screen short and boot from from Windows 7  so we start the procedure.

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Windows 7 and Fedora 19 is already installed in the same hard drive as shown in below screenshot.

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Step-1 Don’t touch your ‘ windows 7 ‘ drives and delete other all partitions belonging to fedora 19 repeating the below step.

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Step-1.1 After removing all my Fedora related partitions it will look like this.

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Step-2 Open runmenu type‘diskpart‘ and then follow the below screenshot.

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Step-2.1 After processed the ‘diskpart’ my partitions looks like this.

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Step-3 Restart your PC and boot from windows 7 source disk and ” Press any key”

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Step-4 Chose language and next.

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Step-5 Select ” Repair your computer “

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Step-6 Select windows 7 and click  ” Next “

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Step-7 click on ”command prompt ” to bring up cmd window.

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Step-8 Type ” bootrec.exe /fixmbr ” Enter.

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Step-9Restart your PC and you will see the windows 7 working normally.

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Original Post: http://www.broexperts.com/2013/10/howto-uninstall-fedora-19-and-keep-windows-7-safely/

 

 

Restore Grub in UBUNTU – Restore the Win7 After the installation of UBUNTU make win7 vanishing.

 

#sudo update-grub

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