Okay. So I have Ubuntu installed on a partition of a disk. That same disk has Windows 7 on it. I no longer need or want Ubuntu on it, so I tried to uninstall it with instructions a friend gave me. Didn't work, and very nearly screwed up my computer. And I blame GRUB for part of that. I was able to delete the partition that had Ubuntu on it, but when trying to reallocate that back to the main partition(Windows 7's), it errored out and said that I needed to run "chkdsk /f" to try and fix whatever went wrong in Windows. So, I restart to try and do that...and what happens? I can't do anything because the GRUB loader that Ubuntu installed was only half-removed, so there wasn't a way that I knew to by pass it. IT just locked right there(IE: GRUB failed to load, and some "grub rescue" prompt came up. Couldn't do anything after that.) So, using a LiveCD of Ubuntu, I reinstalled Ubuntu just so I could get back onto Windows to try and see what went wrong. And that's where I am. tl;dr version: Failed to uninstall Ubuntu, had to reinstall it, I NEED HELP. So, can anyone help?