Uninstall Ubuntu From Windows Dual Boot WITHOUT an Installation Disc

This is a simple video tutorial describing the step by step process to uninstall Ubuntu from a Windows dual boot without a disc. To uninstall Ubuntu / Linux from a windows dual boot is very simple using EasyBCD program.

Uninstall Ubuntu From Windows Dual Boot WITHOUT an Installation Disc

1. You’ll need to download and install EasyBCD.

2. Once installed run the program and click on BCD deployment from the Left menu.

3. Make sure that the radio button for the appropriate operating system is check.

4. Then click on Write MBR. when finished close the program and re-claim your partitions.

Reclaim your hard drive space:

1. Right click Computer from the Desktop then select Manage from the context menu.

2. Click on Disk Management

3. Now delete Linux / Ubuntu partitions.

Note: Make sure to delete only the Known Ubuntu partitions, otherwise you may lose some data you did not intend to lose.

4. To delete the partition either click on the partition and press the delete key or right click on it and select ‘Delete Volume’

5. Once the volumes, that were previously for Linux, are deleted you will be left with a big green area that is  listed as ‘Free Space’

6. Select the green area and delete it, you will be left with Unallocated Space

7. Right click on your Windows volume and select ‘Extend Volume’, follow all the defaults (keep clicking ‘Next) and when you’re done you’ll have one big Windows partition.

Video Tutorial:


I started this tech blog back in 2011 as a place to write down processes I took to fix my client systems and network. Now I write some tips and tricks to help others with the tech issues that one might encounter.

You may also like...